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VirtualBox is a general-purpose full virtualizer for x86 hardware. Targeted at server, desktop and embedded use, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also Open Source Software.
At this time, VirtualBox works on Microsoft windows, Linux, Macs, along with Solaris hosts along with supports a lot of guest (Os) operating systems which include but not limited by Microsoft windows (NT 5. 0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Microsoft windows 7, Microsoft windows 8, DOS/Windows 3.x, Linux (2.4, 2.6 and 3.x), Solaris along with OpenSolaris, OS/2, along with OpenBSD.
What's New [*Change Log] "VirtualBox"*
* VMM : added support for guest crash report MSRs with Hyper-V paravirtualization.
* VMM : fixed an issue causing artifically high load averages on Linux hosts.
* VMM : fixed a kernel panic with thread-context hooks caused by incompatible changes made to Linux 4.2 kernels.
* VMM : fixed a saved state issue with VT-x/AMD-V disabled.
* VMM : fixed VERR_SUPDRV_TSC_DELTA_MEASUREMENT_FAILED Guru Meditations on certain AMD CPUs.
* VMM : fixed a crash while creating a guest core dumps via the VM debug facility.
* VMM : This release has AVX2 passthrough disabled on every host and AVX passthrough disabled for 64-bit VMs on 32-bit hosts. This will
be properly fixed in a future 5.0.x aintenance release.
* GUI : fixed rare hang and crash on VM shutdown/poweroff.
* GUI : X11: fixed few crashes caused by the Qt alien widgets feature.
* GUI : X11: fixed various mini-toolbar geometry quirks like positioning, z-order, transiency issues on certain window managers.
* GUI : X11: fixed mini-toolbar minimize button issue under certain window managers.
* GUI : VM menu actions availability should now be properly updated on full-screen/seamless/scaled mode switches.
* GUI : disk encryption password validation should be performed when user confirmed the password, not after each entered symbol.
* GUI : do not change the VM/group selection in the VM Manager to the newly created VM if it was created by another client (e.g. VBoxManage)
* GUI : Mac OS X: do not treat 'almost maximized' VM windows as 'maximized', watch for the strict window geometry instead.
* GUI : improve the quality in scaled mode under some circumstances.
* VBoxManage : do not deny changing the network adapter type at VM runtime.
* VRDP : allow Windows 10 RDP clients.
* Audio : fix a possible crash on VM process termination.
* Storage : improved raw disk access on OS X by unmounting any accessed volume before first use and prevent any mount attempt by
* 3D : basic support for saving/restoring display lists.
* Drag and drop : fixed guest to host transfers on OS X hosts.
* Drag and drop : fixed memory leak on Windows guests.
* Shared Folders : fixed a problem with accessing CIFS shares.
* Shared Folders : improved path conversion between hosts and guests with different path separators.
* API : skip resetting of immutable media when the VM in saved state is started.
* API : fixed method for setting medium IDs which used zero (invalid) UUIDs instead random (valid) UUIDs if no UUIDs were passed.
* API : for Windows host fix detection of API client crashes which have a session open.
* OVF : properly export all VBox features including the setting for
* Mac OS X hosts : El Capitan USB fixes.
* Windows hosts : fixed crash when opening Windows dialogs from the VM process on Windows 10
* Windows hosts : fixed host-only adapter creation issues on Windows 10
* Windows hosts : fixed audio on Windows 10
* Linux hosts : more fixes for activated SMAP on Linux 3.19 and newer.
* Linux hosts : check then name space before attaching to a host network interface.
* Linux Additions : Linux 4.2 fixes.
* Linux Additions : improved the performance of stat() to speed up certain file operations on shared folders.
* Windows Additions : fixed a potential crash in the WDDM driver with Windows 10.
* Solaris Additions : added support for X.Org Server 1.17
* X11 Additions : various seamless mode fixes, including invisible windows under LXDE.
F*eatures On "VirtualBox" :-*
* *_Modularity_ :-* VirtualBox has an extremely modular design with well-defined internal programming interfaces and a client/server
design. This makes it easy to control it from several interfaces at once: for example, you can start a virtual machine in a typical
virtual machine GUI and then control that machine from the command line, or possibly remotely. VirtualBox also comes with a full
Software Development Kit: even though it is Open Source Software, you don't have to hack the source to write a new interface for
* *_Virtual machine descriptions in XML_ :-* The configuration settings of virtual machines are stored entirely in XML and are
independent of the local machines. Virtual machine definitions can therefore easily be ported to other computers.
*ScreenShot On "VirtualBox By Oracle"*
*Specification On "VirtualBox"*
* *_Title_ :-* VirtualBox 220.127.116.11096
* *_Requirements_ :-* ("Windows XP / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64 / Windows8 / Windows8 64")
* *_Languages_ :-* Multiple languages.
* *_License_ :-* Open Source.
* *_File Size_ :-* 111.5 MB
* *_Released Date_ :-* (*"August 14, 2015"*)
* *_Author By_ :-* Oracle *"www.oracle.com"*
* *_Homepage _:-* *www.virtualbox.org*
*Download Here "Two Server Available" :-*
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