Oracle VirtualBox | Linux
|April 9, 2012||Posted by loewyi under Info, Linux, Windows|
VirtualBox is an application made by the Oracle that can be used to execute the operating system in the main operating system, in other words we can open up Windows inside Linux or Linux inside Windows. VirtualBox is a multyplatform application and an open source software under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2.
VirtualBox is very useful for those who want to try using a different operating system without installing or making changes to existing operating systems. Even if your computer uses two operating systems, you can run a second operating system by using VirtualBox without having to reboot your computer, with just one application of Virtual Box, two or even more operating systems you can run simultaneously without having to restart the computer.
You can download VirtualBox on the official website https://www.virtualbox.org/ or you can simply click here, you don’t have to worry about incompatible with your operating system, because you can download VirtualBox according to your Operating System. But for users of Linux, especially Ubuntu, you can install it via the Ubuntu Software Center by typing “VirtualBox” in the search.
Here the screenshoot of VirtualBox on Ubuntu 11.10.