VirtualBox is an application that helps user create virtual machines. It supports multiple operating systems with RAM memory, large hard drive and well operate in physical machine with safe data storage and fast data access.
VirtualBox allows user to experience features of popular operating systems in a virtual machine with complete information of machine name, OS version and configurable RAM and hard disk size.
VirtualBox supports up to 256MB RAM, which can be later modified after creating and successfully setting up virtual machine. Size of virtual disks can be up to 10GB and they are stored in physical disk in *.vdi file format. You can freely choose location and name for the virtual disks.
After completely configuring virtual machine, VirtualBox will display detailed information for users to verify and modify if necessary.
Accessing data in virtual disk can be performed quickly because size of RAM is optimized and reduced considerably. Besides, user is allowed to move files between virtual disks and physical disk.
VirtualBox allows creating virtual machine in Windows, Linx, Macintosh, OpenSolaris and many other operating systems, including Windows (NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista), DOS/Windows 3.x, Linux (2.4, 2.6) and OpenBSD.
Main features of VirtualBox
- Create virtual machine in physical machine
- Choose OS version
- Support large RAM and virtual disk
- Easily access data
- Move file quickly between virtual machine and physical machine.