There are versions of VirtualBox, intended to be installed on almost all operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Macintosh and OpenSolaris. As a “guest” operating system can use any operating systems, including Windows (NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, W7), DOS/Windows 3. x, Linux, and OpenBSD.
Among the main features of the program include:
VirtualBox can be managed through a GUI interface and via the command line.
To expand the functions of the programme has developed special SDK.
Virtual machine settings are described in XML format and does not depend on the physical computer on which the system works. Therefore, VMS VirtalBox format easily migrate from one PC to another.
When you use “guest” computers, operating systems other than Windows or Linux you can use special utilities, greatly facilitate switching between physical and virtual machines.
To quickly share files between guest and physical PC, you can create so-called “shared directories” (Shared folders) that are available from both of these machines.
VirtualBox allows you to connect USB devices to virtual machines by allowing virtual machines to work with them directly.
VirtualBox fully supports remote access protocol RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). Virtual machine can act as an RDP server, allowing you to manage it remotely
Width : 32 bit + 64 bitFile Size : 77.5 MB
Vista compatibility : full
Compatibility with Windows 7 : complete
Language : Multilingual
System requirements : Win All