VirtualBox is an open source application that lets you create, import, run, and control virtual machines. In v66 and higher CloudReady: Home Edition includes VirtualBox as an end-user application by default.
v66 and higher
VirtualBox is included on CloudReady v66+ as a general utility to facilitate use cases which aren't possible by the more secure, locked-down CloudReady OS. Inside a Linux or Windows VM spun up, users can open insecure or dangerous files without risking their system, or install and use applications that aren't possible on CloudReady like alternative browsers.
You can open the application in CloudReady v66+ from the application menu by looking for this icon:
Neverware does not certify VirtualBox for any specific use case and does not official support any functionality by VirtualBox. We encourage you to use it for any and all purposes you can think of, but it is provided as-is for now.
We also cannot provide you any pre-made virtual machine images, but encourage you to share your experience and any tips on using VMs in CloudReady in our forums.
If you are interested in information on how to use VirtualBox, please see the links and documentation for end-users provided by VirtualBox. There are also many other unofficial resources around the web that may be of help.
Link to Community Section for this topic.