VirtualBox Virtual Machine is beautiful software that allows you to install any version of Windows, including Windows 11, virtually like a physical machine. During the installation of Windows 11 on a virtual machine, you need to specify storage, RAM, etc., to run them virtually. At a later stage, if you want to increase or decrease allocated RAM to a virtual window, it is possible without deleting the virtual window. That means you don’t need to erase your Windows and reinstall for just adjusting RAM capacity to a virtual machine. VirtualBox Virtual Machine allows you to increase or decrease allocated RAM to a virtual machine, even without deleting it.
This gearupwindows article will guide you on increasing or decreasing the RAM in a VirtualBox virtual machine.
How to Increase or Decrease the RAM Capacity in my VirtualBox Virtual Machine?
Step 1. Turn Off your Windows 11 machine that is running virtually.
To turn off Windows 11, click on the Start button from the taskbar. Then click on the Power button and select the Shut down option.
Step 2. Once guest Windows 11 is turned off, on the Oracle VM Virtual Box Manager, select your guest OS from the left side pane, and on the right-side pane, click on the
Step 3. On the Settings window, select the
Step 4. Finally, click on the OK button to apply the changes.
Now, you can start your guest/virtual Windows 11 and enjoy.