VirtualBox is an open source and multi-platform tool, available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, as well as other operating systems, which lets you create virtual disk units where you can install guest operating system on your own computer, and it is actually Use as was installed.
Virtual disk where running the system is completely customizable, and it lets you modify the virtual hardware that you need to processor, RAM memory or storage capacity. You need to consider taking part in the actual physical assets of your computer, so you both need a tool powerful enough to run both guest and host operating system.
The program supports almost all versions of the latest operating systems, such as Windows 10, Mac OS X, and the latest updates to Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution. The benefits of creating virtual units are many programs, such as an operating system or in conjunction with others, such as accepting virtual modular units with you and making copies of their security. In fact, an interesting feature of the virtualbox can save sessions on the operating system in the virtual unit, so you can turn it off and return to wherever you are.
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 the useful chances of creating snapshots are to remember the different positions of the same machine that can be run in a few seconds. I have to explain a bit more.
How to VIRTUALBOX Android-X86 VIRTUALIZE
The Android-X86 project has been effective for several months now. The Android operating system is a free and open enterprise to control the quality of smartphones and tablets instead of limiting ARM architecture to computers with AMD and Intel processors. When you use a Linux kernel, it is possible to run and run Android on a desktop computer natively. We are going to virtualize this tutorial using the Android 4.4 KitKat virtual box, 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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