Not everything is Windows or Mac OS X that glitters. We also have many options for using an open source OS that you can install on your computer. While we follow the path of the LiveCD, LiveUSB or install it on a permanent basis in our disk, either replacing Windows or in addition to Windows, the fact is that virtual machines are an excellent way to test new operating systems without “at risk” to install it on disk.
VirtualBoxes is a site that allows the downloading of multiple virtual machines, previously you miss to VirtualBox. Exactly the 45 images that the site has been prepared previously, bringing together the Linux (the most numerous), Open Solaris, FreeBSD, BSD and other systems like Haiku, AROS, ReactOS or the same Android. All that is needed is to download and run from any flavor of VirtualBox, either from Windows, Linux or Mac OS X. Continue reading “VirtualBoxes: Download Linux VMs, Open Solaris and FreeBSD for VirtualBox”