VirtualBox

VirtualBox 1.6

Free
Sun xVM VirtualBox runs virtual machines directly on your existing OS
4.5  (459 votes)
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Sun xVM VirtualBox allows you to run unmodified operating systems, including all the software that can be installed on them, directly on your existing operating system in a “virtual machine”.
Sun xVM VirtualBox allows you to create Virtual Disks to run virtual machines on them; you can create as many virtual disks as you need for the different virtual machines or operating systems that you want to install. The Virtual Disk Wizard offers a good option to guide you through the creation of the virtual disk, selecting the proper options.
Sun xVM VirtualBox creates virtual machines and you can select among a variety of operating systems like Windows 3.1/95/98/Me/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/Server 2008, OS/2 Warp 3/4/4.5, eComStation, Linux 2.2/2.4/2.6, Arch Linux, Debian, OpenSUSE, Fedora, Unbuntu, Red Hat, and many other more. Sun xVM VirtualBox creates virtual machines using the Virtual Machine Wizard providing a good guide to assign properly the resources for the virtual machines according to their operating system.
Sun xVM VirtualBox is a Multilingual software and the location of the virtual disks and virtual machines can be changed on general preferences. The installation process is very easy to perform. The documentation is very useful and is very complete.

Ricardo Zayola
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Review summary

Pros

  • SunXVM VirtulBox offers a wide variety of operating systems to create virtual machines. The wizards to create virtual disks and machines are easy to use. Sun xVM VirtualBox manages RAM memory for each virtual machine

Cons

  • I haven’t found any
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