VirtualBox is an open-source virtualization tool that lets you run Windows under Linux and Vista.
In fact VirtualBox creates a virtual unit where HD is installed in a virtualized OS and you can access it as it was actually running it. You can install many more guest operating systems including Windows 7, XP, Vista, Solaris, Ubuntu, Debian, Mendriva, Mac OS X Server.
The wizard asks you to save at least a minimum of 64 MB of RAM for the virtual OS.
Nowadays you can virtualize: Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Linux 2.4, Linux 2.6, OS / 2 Warp, OPCBD, FreeBSD, DOS / Windows 3.x etc.
There are many benefits while virtualizing because you can access and execute an application that only works under a specific OS when using another one. Safe time, other OS Do not restart the machine to use ...
How to create snapshots on VirtualBox
The best way to 'test' your PC is to virtualize them. VirtualBox is probably the best option for creating a hard drive to start another operating system without affecting the home machine. But many do not think there is a useful possibility for snapshots to remember the memories of different situations for the same machine that can run within a few seconds. I have to explain a bit more.
How to virtualize Android-x86 on virtualbox
The Android-X86 project has been effective for several months now. Instead of limiting ARM architecture to the computer with AMD and Intel processors, the Android operating system is a free and open enterprise for controlling the quality of smartphones and tablets. When you use the Linux kernel, you can install and run Android natively on desktop computers. We are going to virtualize this tutorial using virtualized 4.4 kit-cut VirtualBox, though you can extend the actual installation of the operating system on a computer by burning it to a hard disk or running it via USB.
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