Oracle - 108.7 MB ( Open Source)
VirtualBox is an easy and elegant solution for those who want to control a computer from another computer.
VirtualBox offers virtualize your operating system (OS) guests on a host machine. Called hypervisor, the application supports Windows OS X, Linux, Mac, Solaris, FreeBSD, etc.. as host, Mac OS X missing the call as a guest.
It also includes a remote access via HTTP protocol, convenient for demonstrations on a clean system.Â The ability to manage multiple states of the system is particularly interesting and its interface is very simple.
Virtualization solutions allow installing an operating system on a virtual machine using the resources of the host PC , thus enjoying very good performance. In the genre, several solutions are known for their ease of use, such as VMware Workstation , Parallels Desktop or Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 SP1.
A virtual machine is a useful way to use two operating systems simultaneously and harmless to the host computer. There is the possibility to install Linux on a virtual machine on Windows and vice versa .
Fixed a regression in the Core Audio backend causing a hang when returning from host sleep when processing input buffers.
Fixed a potential crash in the HDA emulation if a stream has no valid mixer sink attached -- thanks to Rink Springer (rink@)
Fixed an incompatibility with recent versions of Windows 10.
Fixed a number of brigded networking driver crashes.
Disable 3D for recent guests using Wayland.
Fix for rebuilding kernel modules for new kernels on RPM guests.
further fixes for Linux 4.19
Fixed errors rebuilding initrd files with dracut on EL 6.
Fixed 5.2.20 regression: guests not remembering the screen size after shutdown and restart.