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In VirtualBox 6.0, the following new features are introduced:
1. Add automatic support for macOS 10.12.4 and above.
2. Add a new VirtualBox video settings tool.
3. Add the ability to edit the Windows registry from the OS.
4. Add new audio device selection for Windows guest OS.
5. Switch the default machine monitor to be the VirtualBox GUI.
VirtualBox 6.0 includes many new features.
1. Add support for new Linux kernels including 4.20.
2. Add support for macOS 10.12 and above.
3. Add support for the new Virtual Machines Viewer.
4. Add support for SD-Cards and flash-drives.
5. Add support for recent BIOS updates.
6. Add support for the Intel AMT module.
7. Add support for the Apple Boot ROM.
8. Improve the UEFI settings screen.
9. Add a new toolbox to the settings that provides customizations to specific components, like the VirtualBox video settings.
All three major OSs, Windows, Linux and macOS are now fully supported in VirtualBox 6.0. Users now have the flexibility to choose the OS they need to run. There are also new ways to display the virtual machine’s hardware and improve the performance of the OS in use. VirtualBox 6.
VirtualBox adds a Virtual Network Computing module to the Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM) core. This allows you to bring up a remote Linux machine by selecting one of the supported network protocols (such as iSCSI) for the virtual machine and then assigning it a specific network port.
You need two operating systems installed on your computer: the host operating system, as it was before installing VirtualBox; and the guest operating system, as it will be when the virtual machine is finished. This tutorial was created on a Windows 7 PC with VirtualBox 4.1.
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To install Windows, VirtualBox doesn’t work. To install the VirtualBox Guest Additions, you have to go through the front door. For Parallels and VMware Fusion, these three steps are all you need to install Windows 11. If you want to install Windows in VirtualBox, you have to do this workaroud.
VirtualBox works great for creating Windows-based virtual machines, but it doesn’t work great for installing Windows in your Mac. Well, mostly. Unlike other virtualization software, VirtualBox doesn’t have an easy way to use a Windows installer CD image. Plus, the VirtualBox boot options don’t tell you why Windows won’t boot, and neither does the VirtualBox GUI. VirtualBox will recognize a Windows Install CD image, but it won’t provide any obvious prompts to tell you how to boot Windows. The VirtualBox UI even assumes you know how to copy Windows images onto virtual hard disks and make virtual machines out of them.
VirtualBox doesn’t let you use a Windows Installer CD image as a bootable virtual machine. So you have to go to the front door of the installation. As far as I can tell, there’s no way to make VirtualBox magically work for you.
You may be asked to insert a key into your keyboard so that your system can boot to the installation media. This happens because VirtualBox set it up to do a Distributed Boot, which loads the boot files for your copy of Windows from the CD image, though, again, you may not be asked for the key if you download it directly from VirtualBox.
The photo above is at a small resolution, and while it’s cute, it doesn’t really do the photo justice. If you want to see what virtualization looks like, you’d need to either go to a VMware forum or a DistroWatch site. You could even use the “Installing Windows by booting from a Windows System Manager (Sysprep) Image in VirtualBox” option if you needed to install Windows 8.1 or 10.
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* VirtualBox includes a full package of VirtualBox components, such as VirtualBox Kernel Extension Packages, VirtualBox Display Driver Packages, VirtualBox Host Tools and VirtualBox Guest Additions.
* With VirtualBox 4.2.16, the VMM no longer waits for a thread to complete before continuing execution of the next. This should improve performance when running guests with a large number of long-running threads.
If the emulation context can be verified as trusted, VirtualBox can boot the guest VMs from either a VHD/VMDK image or an ISO image. The supported guest operating systems are Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, and some NetBSD distributions. Check out TurnKey Linux for great starting points for many virtual appliance vendors.
Once a guest OS has been installed, VirtualBox can create guest snapshots. A snapshot is a copy of the guest VM system image that can be stored. A set of snapshots can be saved and used to back up the guest VM system image, enabling the VM to be restored to any given point in time. This enables support for VM cloning.
When a guest system is started using any version of VirtualBox 3.0 or later, two new options are available. A ticked box on the VirtualBox configuration GUI will load a kernel driver and load the VMM. This allows direct hypervisor access to the guest operating systems code path.
What’s new in VirtualBox
- VM integration with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
- Console enhancements.
- Improved VM dynamic settings.
- Major scalability and high pixel density improvements for high end display such as multi-head configurations and HDR resolutions, and support for
- Improved VDI support.
- Redesigned wizard and UI.
- Windows 10 support.
- New and Improved Audio and Video Recording Capabilities
- Enhanced VDI Integration
- DirectAir Virtual Audio Player
- Virtual Disk Manager fixes
- Virtual Switching
- Support for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update
- SATA IDE Mode Support
- Support for Software Defined Networking (SDN) which allows various VMs to be allocated different network settings, such as IP addresses, subnet masks and default gateways. SDN is a feature of the Hyper-V hypervisor from Microsoft.
- Improved USB Support with ‘Easy Mode’ and now also includes USB 2.0 support and USB 3.0 support
- VMware snapshots can now be stored on the network, allowing users to revert to previous states of a VM with just the click of a button
- Virtually Unlimited Virtual Machine Disks (up to 19.99TB).
- XEN virtualization technology
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