- Installing VirtualBox
- Allocating resources for guest systems
- Installing Windows 10 and Linux in VirtualBox
- Managing disks and memory
- Forwarding ports for services
- Importing and exporting appliances
- Removing or deleting a virtual machine
Skill Level Beginner
- [Scott] VirtualBox is a convenient tool for creating virtual machines on your laptop or desktop computer. These virtual machines can be used for testing, for learning, for security, and for running software that doesn't work natively on your primary platform. I'm Scott Simpson, and in this course, I'll cover what virtualization and VirtualBox are. And we'll take a look at installing first Windows and then Linux in a virtual machine. After that, we'll move on to exploring some of the features of Virtual Box that work with any guest operating system. And I'll show you how to manage virtual machines that already exist. I'll also cover some common troubleshooting issues that you should know about. VirtualBox is a really great tool for a lot of use cases, so let's have a look.
1. The VirtualBox Software
2. Guest OS: Windows 10
Guest Additions for Windows1m 57s
3. Guest OS: Linux
Guest Additions for Linux2m 44s
4. VirtualBox Features
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