User Interface is one of the most important sections and in it the lists Which will show you up with the VPS as the “file” list menu Machine, View, Input, Devices, Debug, and Help. We’ll put a sign here to show these lists. We cannot show them by deleting the sign and clicking on the first menu which is the File menu. On the arrow next to it you will find some settings you can show or hide as you like Also click the arrow next to the “machine” you will find. The VPS settings itself as Settings and Snapshots Or reset or Shut down, choose what you want And what you not desire you can delete the tag next to it, and also if You click on the arrow next to “View” you’ll find the scene settings or Seeing the VPS itself, as you see it in The full screen mode Or other positions or you can. Take a snapshot of this VPS Or you make a video capturing As it is here Or remote screen display and others And If you press “Input”, it is one of the most important settings. It has settings of Keyboard and mouse so you can connect them with The VPS, and also the Devices, which is one of the most important choices Because it has settings such as show hard Or sound card USB, Shared Folders, or Drag Drop Copy, paste, etc, here are the “debug” or debug errors. You will find things like Statistics, logs and more The last choice you can control to show it in the interface at startup is the “Help”. You can see out things like The virtualBox web site And The site reported mistakes in the Virtual Box “VirtualBox Bugs“.
As well as the forum of VirualBox or the site of the producing company “Oracle” and others. From the bottom here you can Show status bar or delete the tag to cancel its appearance. This status bar has the most important abbreviations Which can be used to run any feature quickly Such as doing a boot from a hard drive or from a CD Or booting from the floppy disk Or sound card settings and network card USB devices and shared folders And the screen card Video recording settings and the additional virtual program Settings like the Hyper-V. This is to run your mouse inside the VPS And this is to run the keyboard inside the VPS. Now press a left-click on the VPS name to select it and then press On “Start”, and the settings we talked about earlier In the User Interface, is showing up here Like File, Machine, View, Input and Help And the status bar shows up with you down here. We will now see in the VPS that it tells you to press On “F12” to choose The Boot device CD or Hard disk. We will press F12 to make a boot from the CD This screen will appear. We will press C on the keyboard to enter On the CD Rom on which the OS version And now will enter the version to begin to install as shown in the picture here It will show you a screen of the setting up of the version which is Windows 7.