Here are the basic steps to create a virtual machine (VM) in VM VirtualBox:

  1. Download and install VM VirtualBox on your host operating system.
  2. Open VM VirtualBox and click the “New” button to create a new virtual machine.
  3. Choose a name and location for the virtual machine and select the operating system (ISO file) you want to install.
  4. Set the amount of RAM and CPU cores you want to allocate to the virtual machine.
  5. Choose the type of virtual hard disk you want to use and set the size and location of the disk image.
  6. Click “Create” to create the virtual machine.
  7. With the virtual machine selected, click “Settings” to configure additional settings such as network, display, and storage.
  8. Start the virtual machine and install the operating system as you would on a physical machine.

Note that the steps may vary slightly depending on the version of VM VirtualBox you are using and the operating system you are installing. Additionally, you may need to download installation media for the operating system you want to install, such as an ISO file, before you can install it in the VM.

It’s important to ensure that your host operating system meets the system requirements for VM VirtualBox and that you have enough resources available to allocate to the VM, especially if you plan to run resource-intensive applications in the VM.