Windows 11 has seen its fair share of ups and downs since its release. The operating system is now much more stable and offers numerous changes that seem to suit most users. Windows as a platform has always been versatile with the ability to create virtual machines, drives, hardware devices and more.
This helps with internal testing, coding in different environments, or just good old tinkering. If you want to emulate or virtualize platforms on Windows 11, VirtualBox is a great option for you. Let’s find out more about it!
What is VirtualBox?
VirtualBox is a long-standing virtualization software that has been preferred by most users since its release. Currently published and maintained by Oracle, VirtualBox allows you to virtualize x86 environments on your PC.
The tool not only supports Windows but also has dedicated clients for other platforms including Linux and macOS. If you want to test tools, platforms or code in a virtual environment…