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VirtualBox is a virtual application that allows you to install other Operating Systems or additions and run together on top of the parent operating system.
For example, if someone has an MS Windows operating system installed on his computer, it can also run other desired operating systems in the MS Windows operating system.
This function is very important if you want to test and simulate the installation of a system without having to lose the existing system.
Currently, VirtualBox supports OS Windows, Linux, Macintosh, and Solaris hosts and supports most of the latest operating systems. This application is equipped with an intuitive interface that allows users to add new virtual machines and choose the OS they want (be it Solaris, Windows, Linux, BSD or Mac OS X), and the right version. The next step includes placing a new virtual machine the amount of RAM and HDD space, as well as the type of dynamic or default storage.
Benefits of Virtualization
Here are some of the benefits of learning virtualization:
For ordinary people virtualization methods can be used to learn to install the operating system without the need to change the contents of the hard disk partition
Can try the operating system without the need to install it permanently into the hard drive.
Save on hardware costs, no need to buy many computers to use multiple operating systems at once.