Would virtual box help bridge the difference of Windows and Linux software?
December 16, 2009 9:45pm CST
I recently installed Ubuntu, a popular Linux operating system to my laptop computer. I like it pretty much. It is easy to use, and I just need some time to adjust to it. I think there is much more I need to learn from linux. Not like my friend, who is master of it. I had some softwares which are only compatible with Microsoft Windows. I just wonder, would virtual box help bridge the difference on this matter? Some people suggested me Virtual box and help install Windows compatible software to Linux. Is it a truth?
17 Dec 09
yeah, virtual box are great,,, i have try it for one of my ubuntu system so i could run a windows game application. At first, i was having difficulty but when i got the idea, i was beginning to understand and successfully installed it. Thanks to the help of my fellow friends,.. if your're having trouble.. better ask them,,especially who are it personnels..
3 Jan 10
I think VirtualBox is a great softwre to bridge the difference in Windows and Linux software. Virtualbox is also can be run with Seamless Mode. All the windows application are run in the linux desktop. For me myself, I used virtualbox for try a new OS or developing a linux distro.
18 Dec 09
well.. I have heard about virtual box but never tried with my system.. The software I am using is VM Workstation. it's pretty good software to install linux and windows on the same machine. you can also configure virtual system(linux) with your physical network or you can connect that virtual OS with your Windows too..