Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 is here, a major release that brings quite a few changes and new features, on top of the bug-fixing, broader hardware support and the typical set of changes in any new version.
Oracle has announced the release of the new Oracle VM VirtualBox 3.2.0. The virtualization software gets a new name thanks to Oracle’s Sun acquisition having completed recently, but a lot of new features as well. VirtualBox 3.2.0 comes with support for the latest Intel hardware and with a completely re-written storage I/O subsystem.
Oracle announced last evening, May 16th, a new update of its popular and powerful VirtualBox virtualization software. VirtualBox 4.0.8 is a maintenance release that brings lots of stability improvements and many bug fixes over previous versions.The VirtualBox 4.0.8 binaries are now available for download (see the link at the end ... (read more)
The new version of my favorite Virtual Machine is released. This is the new version of VirtualBox 3.2.0 that comes with many improved and bug fix. If you are Ubuntu users, you can download this Virtualbox 3.2.0 from the link we provided below this post.
Oracle announced on December 19 that its VirtualBox virtualization product for enterprises and end users has just reached version 4.2.6.
Highlights of Oracle VirtualBox 4.2.6:
• A problem with leaking connections in conntrack has been fixed;
• Support for ConsoleKit sessions has been added in the vminfo service of VboxService;
• VirtualBox no longer crashes during remount, under c
After a couple of months of development, Oracle proudly announced last evening, July 19th, a major update to its popular and powerful VirtualBox virtualization software, VirtualBox 4.1.0, which brings lots of new features and many improvements.The VirtualBox 4.1.0 binaries are now available for download (see the link at the end of the article)... (read more)