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A virtual machine is
- a file (typically called an image) that, when executed, looks to a user like an actual machine. Virtual machines can be stored as files, making it possible to save a virtual machine and move it from one physical server to another.
- "a software implementation of a computer that executes programs like a physical computer."
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