How to Install Linux within Windows using Virtual Box [Step by step instructions]
Using Linux on a virtual machine gives you the option to use Linux within Windows. This step-by-step guide shows you how to install Linux within Windows using VirtualBox.
There are several ways to install Linux. You can clean everything from your system and install Linux. You can choose between dual boot Linux with Windows and operating systems at boot time. You can install Linux within Windows from the Microsoft Store (although it provides you with a command-line version of Linux).
But if you want to use Linux without making any changes to your Windows system, you can go to the virtual machine route. Generally, you install and use Linux as a regular Windows application. When you want to try Linux for limited use, virtual machines offer the most convenient option.
In this video tutorial, I will show you how to install Linux within Windows using VirtualBox.
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Installing Linux within Windows using VirtualBox
VirtualBox is a free and open-source virtualization software from Oracle. It enables you to install other operating systems on virtual machines. It is recommended that your system should have at least GB of RAM to get decent performance from the virtual operating system. For more details and step by step guides on how Install Linux within Windows using VirtualBox just watch the below video till the end:
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