A little complicated to use here and there depending on what you're up to but it works. I'd rather just use Wine for Windows needs though.
outdated version now
Use it only for the odd program that needs other OSes
i like it!!!
Indispensable for test & dev, always nice to have a VM host program that runs VM OS's perfectly (until I purposely mess them up, haha), highly suggest looking at virtualbox's website to get the latest package and repository listing however
Incredible! First time I installed a VM. Runs very fast with Windows XP, and absolutely smooth. Recognizes my iPhone in iTunes with USB filtering.
It's a wonderful piece of software. Very easy to setup and use.
Great virtual machine
Really nice tool!
Wonderful, amazing, always seems to work when Wine doesn't. Let me run my Windows Palm Desktop software and sync perfectly with my handheld. This applet me finally move my hardware entirely to Linux without losing a couple of key legacy apps. Bravo!
Goodbye Wine, Hello VirtualBox. Great way to keep and and use other operating systems, without having to partition or dedicate a hard drive. Been using it for a year now, no problems except USB issue which can be resolved.
Brilliant cross-platform virtualisation tool. Brilliant.
works fine with win xp, win7, ubuntu, lubuntu, and other ops - I like it!!!
Great VM, comparable to VMware Workstation, and it's free and open source
Génial. Que dire de plus.
Must have app for those who'd like a test of every one of operating system there is!
4.1.8 is very reliable. No issues, even when starting and stopping multiple virtual machines a lot. Host-networking is well-thought-out. Nothing leaves the host network. I'm liking Virtualbox 4.1 more than VMWare workstation 8. The only drawback is trying to migrate machines from VMWare to Virtualbox. Can be very frustrating, but that's not Virtualbox's fault.
This is a great product and comes close to VMWare... it would be even closer if USB and Shared directories came installed out of the box. This is a misconception in licensing though as the NON Free version that has these functionalities enabled is aslo free to the same base of people... IE Personal Users and Accademics. Why make such an awsome product a bear to work with for things like this? Anyway... it is an awesome free product! Please list the NON Free up front next time though :)