VirtualBox 7.0.10 Build 158379

VirtualBox 64-bit, the latest standalone offline installer for Windows, is available for free download. This exceptional software serves as a comprehensive virtualizer, catering to various purposes.

An Overview of VirtualBox 64-bit

Designed for server, desktop, and embedded applications, VirtualBox stands out as a professional-grade virtualization solution that also happens to be Open Source Software. Its versatility makes it a powerful tool for both enterprise and personal use. VirtualBox provides numerous benefits, including running multiple operating systems simultaneously.

This remarkable software allows you to execute software designed for one operating system on another without rebooting. For instance, you can run Windows software on Linux or Mac systems.

Moreover, VirtualBox proves invaluable in testing and disaster recovery scenarios. Once installed, a virtual machine and its virtual hard disks can be treated as a “container” that can be conveniently frozen, awakened, copied, backed up, and transferred between hosts. Additionally, the “snapshots” feature enables you to save a specific virtual machine state and revert to it whenever necessary.

Key Features of VirtualBox

  • Infrastructure Consolidation:
  • VirtualBox offers infrastructure consolidation, which leads to significant reductions in both hardware and electricity costs.

VirtualBox 7.0.10 Release Notes (2023-07-18):

  • OCI: Implemented overall enhancements.
  • VMM: Addressed performance issues encountered on macOS Ventura 13.3 and later versions.
  • VMM: Resolved a bug related to nested VMs that caused excessive logging (applicable to Intel hosts only) when traversing page tables.
  • GUI: Incorporated general improvements.
  • TPM: Fixed a crash occurring when a virtual machine has TPM version 1.2 configured.
  • 3D: Initial support added for OpenGL 4.1.
  • 3D: Rectified various graphics problems experienced by Windows 11 guests.
  • Guest Control/VBoxManage: Corrected the behavior of the “–ignore-orphaned-processes” parameter.
  • Guest Control/VBoxManage: Modified the handling of argument 0 for initiated guest processes by adding the “–arg0” option. This option effectively restores the behavior of previous versions of VirtualBox.
  • Audio: Now utilizes the PulseAudio backend even when pipe wire-pulse is active rather than reverting to ALSA.
  • NAT: Adjusted the UDP proxy timeout from 18-21 seconds to 21-24 seconds to adhere to the intended 20-second timeout.
  • Linux Host: Introduced initial support for Indirect Branch Tracking.
  • Linux Host: Provided initial support for kernel 6.5 (NOTE: Guest Additions do not currently support kernel 6.5).
  • Solaris Host: Implemented overall improvements in the installer area.
  • Linux Host and Guest: Enhanced the condition check for kernel module signing requirements.
  • Linux Host and Guest: Added preliminary support for RHEL 8.8, 8.9, and 9.3 kernels.
  • macOS Host and Guest: Introduced general enhancements in the installer area.
  • Windows Host and Guest: Added support for ECDSA.
  • Linux Guest Additions: Resolved an issue where kernel modules were rebuilt on every boot when X11 was not installed on the guest system.
  • Linux Guest Additions: Included initial support for kernel 6.4.
  • Linux Guest Additions: Fixed a kernel panic issue in sure guests caused by reloading the vboxvideo module.
  • Linux Guest Additions: Implemented overall improvements in the installer area.
  • Windows Guest Additions: Introduced general enhancements in the graphics drivers area.

System Requirements

OS: Windows Server 2008, Server 2008 R2, Server 2012, Server 2012 R2, Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows 11 (32-bit and 64-bit).

Data Sheet

Software: VirtualBox Software
Language: Multilingual
Developer: VirtualBox
Medicine: Pre_Activated

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