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Windows 7: How does a beginner get into virtual machines?

01 Sep 2015   #1
Windidugo

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How does a beginner get into virtual machines?

How does someone who only knows how to surf the web get into virtual machines? I always wanted to tinker around with them, like with an old Windows 98 installation. I think I actually have my dad's old W98 CD laying around.

So, for Windows 98, what do you think is the best. I already downloaded virtual box. Is there a good tutorial online?


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10 Sep 2015   #2
tinkerman

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Here is exacly what you want: VirtualBox online course.
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