VirtualBox is virtualisation software from Oracle Corporation. It was first released in 2007 by its original developers, Innotek GmbH, which was acquired by Sun Microsystems in 2008 and then subsequently by Oracle Corporation in 2010.
VirtualBox, or Oracle VM VirtualBox to give its full name, is available for Microsoft Windows, Linux, Macintosh and Solaris. It also supports numerous guest operating systems including various versions of Microsoft Windows and Linux, as well as Solaris and OpenSolaris, OS/2 and OpenBSD.
- VirtualBox user manual.
- VirtualBox on oracle.com.
- Supported guest operating systems.
- Virtualbox network adapter settings.
- Pre-built developer virtual machiness (for Oracle VM VirtualBox).
- OSBoxes – Virtual machines for VirtualBox.
- OSBoxes – Guide.
- Microsoft Windows virtual machines.
- How to set up a virtual machine using VirtualBox.
- How to enable virtualisation (VT-x/AMD-v) in your BIOS settings.