VirtualBox Overview

Oracle VM VirtualBox is a cross-platform virtualization software. It allows a user to run multiple operating systems on a single system simultaneously. These multiple operating systems can be Microsoft Windows, MacOS, Linux, or Oracle Solaris.

The VirtualBox has two versions:

VirtualBox Types
The Base Pack consists of all open-source components. We will understand the same open-source version.

VirtualBox – Example

We will install VirtualBox on Windows. On VirtualBox, we will install Ubuntu Linux. Therefore, here:

VirtualBox Example

Let us now see how to Install Ubuntu Linux (Guest Machine) on VirtualBox (Host Machine)


  • Host Machine/ OS: VirtualBox installed on Windows
  • Guest Machine/ OS: Ubuntu Linux

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