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The virtualizer you need to run Windows or Mac OS x on Linux and viceversa





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VirtualBox is an Open Source virtualization tool that allows you to run Windows under Linux and viceversa.

In fact VirtualBox creates a virtual unit in the HD where the virtualized OS is installed and you can access it as if you were actually running it. You can install a large number of guest operating systems, including Windows 7, XP, Vista, Solaris, Ubuntu, Debian, Mandriva, Mac OS X server and may more.

The wizard will ask you to reserve at least a minimum of 64 MB RAM for the virtual OS.

Nowadays you can virtualize: Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Linux 2.4, Linux 2.6, OS/2 Warp, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, DOS/Windows 3.x, etc.

There are many advantages when virtualizing because you can access and execute an application that only works under a certain OS when using another one. safe time, not having to restart the machine to use the other O.S.,...
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Distribution: [url=]Ubuntu 11.04[/url]
Architecture: i386

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