Regarding The Oracle Vm Virtualbox 64 Bit And Various OS

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Hello, notify about the oracle vm virtualbox 64 bit and also mentioned the supported OS for the same as well. Reply asap and thank you for solving too.

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Regarding The Oracle Vm Virtualbox 64 Bit And Various OS

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Hello, the oracle vm virtualbox 64 bit is a cross platform software and it’s a virtual software that run be run over the multiple machines one after other respectively. Also it runs for different OS on a single PC as well at the same time too. like first it runs on the windows and later it will run over the Mac as well so it’s a cross platform software in all. Below shoes the supported OS for the same:
• Linux
• Mac
• Windows
• Solaris x86
• Mac OS X

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Regarding The Oracle Vm Virtualbox 64 Bit And Various OS

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VirtualBox is a free, open-source virtualization application developed by Oracle intended for both home and enterprise use. This application allows a user to create a virtual machine to run another instance of a different operating system for compatibility or testing purposes. A virtual machine emulates the execution and installation of another operating system within the host operating system.

Oracle VirtualBox running Fedora

This efficiently creates a sandboxed element where a user can execute applications not normally compatible with the host platform. It also allows a user to run unsafe applications or activity in a controlled environment without putting the rest of the system at risk. Also take in mind, virtualization costs additional overhead and literally is computational expensive.

That’s why it is not ideal for graphically demanding tasks but is an effective way of bypassing software compatibility problems. Oracle VirtualBox supports Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 including Windows Server 2003. It also supports OS X, Linux, and Solaris. It was originally developed by Innotek GmbH which in 2008 was acquired by Sun Microsystems.

In 2010, Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle.

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