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Downloading and Installing VirtualBox

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In this lecture, we are going to download and install Oracle VM VirtualBox.

So, what we need to do is open our preferred Web Browser, and again, I am going to use Microsoft Edge, and we are going to load https://www.google.com. Once you are at https://www.google.com we are going to search for Virtualbox download and press Enter or click on the Google Search button.

Ok, so we see VirtualBox and a link Go to download.

Now, we need to choose a Windows host.

And, I am going to click on Save.

Wait for the download to complete.

Now, the download is complete so I am going to click on the Run button.

And, this brings up the installation so I am going to click on Next.

I am going to leave all the options default and click Next.

No reason to change these options, click Next.

We are going to click on Yes when we are brought to the Network Interface Warning.

And click Install.

In the User Account Control window click Yes to allow the installation and wait for it to complete.

If you receive a popup asking to install something from VirtualBox for networking you need to say Yes because otherwise, you will not be able to set up the VirtualBox properly.

Click on Finish.

Now, VirtualBox is installed.

We can now create our Virtual Machines and our Virtual Networks but we will get on that in the next lecture.

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