Your machine settings should resemble those in figure 15. Now you’re ready to install Ubuntu. Click on Start.
After a little while, you should see something similar to figure 16. Click Install Ubuntu.
Choose your keyboard layout and click Continue (see figure 17).
Select Normal installation, Download updates while installing Ubuntu and Install third-party software. Click Continue (see figure 18).
You can Erase disk and install Ubuntu – It’s safe. Click Install Now (see figure 19).
A wild confirmation pop up appears (see figure 20). Click Continue.
Choose your time zone (see figure 21). Click Continue.
Finally, fill in the user data (see figure 22). Click Continue.
Yeah, Ubuntu is getting installed on your virtual machine (see figure 23).
After the installation is finished, you can restart your machine (see figure 24). Click Restart Now.
Navigate to Devices>Optical Drives>Remove disk from virtual drive and remove the Ubuntu disk image (see figure 25). Press Enter.