|⇒ Category:||Settings Files|
📌 A .VBOX extension type relies on a customized settings file employed by Oracle VM VirtualBox, a freeware desktop package which perfectly fits for virtual emulation and running of various guest operating systems. Essentially, the .VBOX file item is stored, opened and maintained in an .XML representation and additionally includes distinct environmental settings, such as afforded virtual system memory capacity, guest OS type, virtual machine name and various other associated tweaks and keys. In common, .VBOX data entries are utilized for opening, execution, running and launching virtual machines in scope of the affiliated VM environment. By default, all of active .VBOX info samples are stored in a common directory with the respective disk images they are referenced to (.VDI container entities).
📌 .VBOX container group can be smoothly opened up and reviewed by Oracle VM VirtualBox, a top-notch virtual emulation package, compatible with all definitions of desktop operating systems. The new format category was initially introduced with the release and distribution of VirtualBox edition 4.0. Former builds of the virtual emulator were applying and exploiting the VirtualBox.xml file instead, which contained the identical data. Commonly, the .VBOX file extension also relies on .XML-constitution, and stores all of the internal metadata in the form of tags, elements and descriptors. However, the introduction of new .VBOX object composition significantly simplifies the data representation and internal app logic.