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How to install Linux or any OS on Windows Virtual Machine

How to install Linux or any OS on Windows Virtual Machine

how are you all I hope you are well. Today I am coming to give you detailed ideas about Virtual Machine or Virtualization and how you can run Linux or any other Operating System on WIndows or Mac through Virtualization and what to do.

I think we should all be aware of this.

So without delay let’s go to the main post.

I apologize in advance, the post is a bit long. Please take your time to read

To install Kali Linux on Windows you need to download Virtual Box first. There is no reason for tension. It’s completely free.

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

1. If you go to Google and search by writing Virtual Box, the first website will come up. Or I am giving the direct download link, if you want you can go here and download directly.

Download Link

After downloading the software, install ten more softwares.

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

2. After installation you can see an environment like this

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

3. Now after clicking on New you will see a dialog box like this

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

4. In the dialog box you will give the name you want to give your operating system and make sure in which folder your driver will be placed and in this case one thing to note is that the amount of space required to install your operating system is in that folder or on the drive.

5. After setting Type Linux or Windows, now you have to do the main work. In the case of many of you, you may see that the 32-bit option is running, where the 64-bit option is not there.

In this case, you have to check one thing whether the Virtualization option is enabled on your computer or from the motherboard or from age. If Virtualization is not done, then you cannot use 64 bit virtual box, so you must enable the Virtualization option from the BIOS.

It varies from motherboard to motherboard. If you search how to turn on virtualization on your motherboard model or laptop model, you will find many resources online.

You must do virtualization from there

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

***To check if Virtualization is there, go to Performance tab from Task Manager and see at the bottom of the right side that if Virtualization is on then it will be written Enable and if it is not then it will be written Disable.

**** In that case, if it is enabled, then you don’t have to do virtualization again, but if it is disabled, you must turn virtualization on. Otherwise, you will not be able to take full facilities of virtual box.

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

6. After clicking on the next option, you will get the option that is  Memory Size   to determine the RAM size. In this case, you have to be careful, never allocate more than half of your RAM size to the virtual box, reduce it as much as you can, I am using 2BG ROM for the virtual box. When selecting you will see there is a red dot or indicator. Never go past the green dot to the yellow dot or red dot. In that case your device will show that the Requirements to run Virtual Box will overlap your own PC. You will not be able to run the machine properly so be careful.

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

7. Then click Create A Virtual Disk option in the option that will appear and press the Create option below

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

8. Select the Virtual Disk Image or VDI option in the Hard Disk File Type option

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

9. In this part, there are two options, one is Dynamically Allocated and the other is Fixed Size. If you do Fixed Size, it will occupy a certain amount of space . Do accordingly as per his own requirement he will take up the space as he wishes and never take more than required no need to stress about it.

My suggestion would be Dynamically Allocated .

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

10. Then the option that will come where you want to keep your virtual file will be in the folder that you have already selected but now basically you have to determine the size. If you have given Fix then you will give etlist 25GB or if you have given Dynamically Allocated then there is no problem. They will automatically increase the space

I keep it with 20 in this case

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

11. After clicking on create option you will see a window like this

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

12. Then click on the setting option above

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

13. From here you can get an overview of what you have been doing so far

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

14. Then you will go to the Processor tab by clicking on the

System option

15.  From here you will determine how many CPU cores to allocate for your virtual machine. In this case too the warning is the same as for RAM. Do not go over the red spot. Don’t give more than half of your total CPU Cores.

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

16. Once everything is fixed, now you can press the start button and you will see a window like this

*** Here you have to select the ISO file. That is, the ISO file of the operating system you want to install must be selected first. You will download the ISO file of Windows / Linux as you need and keep it in a specific place and add it here.

Kali Linux Iso [Click Here Now]

17. Then after you press the start button the virtual machine will start running.

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

18. In this case, there are some rules in using the virtual box that if you move the mouse inside the virtual box once, then a mouse will remain in the window of that virtual box and will not come out. If you need to come out, press Right Control (Ctrl) of your keyboard ) button to come out from there otherwise your mouse will just move inside that window

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

*** Let’s start Kaali Linux Installation. Follow the screenshots for this

I will write down the points ***

Or follow the video if you find it difficult. The complete process is here

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

*** Graphical Install

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

*** English

*** United States

***It will take some time.

*** A little while longer

*** Stay Kali

*** can be left blank

** Give username as you like.

**** But remember this. This will be useful while logging in.

*** Input Password

**** Confirm Password

*** Time Zone: Keep it with Central or any one. Can be changed later.

*** Guided – Use Entire Disk

*** Give what you have. It is the amount you have allocated. No file will go beyond it

*** All files in one partition

*** Finish partitioning and write changes to disk

*** No will be pre-selected for final check. Do yes.

*** Sit with tea / coffee. It will take some time.

*** Continue with whatever is pre-selected

*** Yes in GRUB Bootloader

*** There will be another E besides Enter Drive Manually. Select it.

*** Installation complete. Depending on your device’s performance, it may take a cup or two of tea to reach this point.

Press Continue. It will restart. Not your PC. Virtual Box will restart.

How to install Kali Linux or any other OS on Windows Virtual Machine

***Kaali GNU/Linux

Then some writing will appear on the black screen. No need to do anything. Nothing needs to be done until the next screen.

*** I told you to remember the username and password. Log in with

*** Install Kali Linux right. Now you install whatever you want in it. Virus. blow up The effect of nothing will not read on your main PC. It’s all isolated

Now you may find that you can’t go to Windows from your Virtual Box. That is why I am quoting point 18 again

“In this case, there are some rules in using the virtual box that if you move the mouse inside the virtual box once, then a mouse will remain in the window of that virtual box and will not come out. If you need to come out, then right control of your keyboard ( Ctrl) button to come out of there otherwise your mouse will just move inside that window.

*** I don’t know how much I was able to explain or how much it benefited you. But I think it is very important to learn Virtualization nowadays. You can test a lot of things, even if you want to install a software or even if you want to open a file or a virus, you can apply it first on the Virtual Machine.

In the next post or video, I will try to make the Virtual Machine more secure or what else can be done with it, inshallah.

Please forgive the mistakes, and if possible, let me know the mistakes so that I can correct them later.

2intech

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