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The latest release, 5.1.4, adds compatibility with numerous guest OSes and host platforms to the software. Supporting these latest platforms will give VirtualBox more flexibility and compatibility than most other virtualization software.
In addition, VirtualBox gained the ability to deploy virtual machines on Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and the Amazon Web Services (AWS) using the vSphere plugin. This plugin is also available in the free edition of VirtualBox.
VirtualBox also received better support for the Kubernetes distributed operating system. The new release of VirtualBox 5.1.4 is compatible with Kubernetes 1.7.2 and later. VirtualBox 5.1.4 also enables the VirtualBox to specify a vSphere cluster for deploying virtual machines running on vSphere when Kubernetes is not supported.
VirtualBox 5.1.4 also supports VMware vCenter Server, the enterprise-grade subscription-based virtualization platform from VMware. Along with the provisioning of virtual machines, VirtualBox is a data collection utility for the network, snapshotting, backup, and shared folder tools. The software also supports upgrading and migrating virtual machines between physical and virtual platforms.
As of May 2014, VirtualBox 5.1.4 supports Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2008 R2. VirtualBox 5.1.4 also supports Linux-based operating systems, including Ubuntu 12.04 and Fedora 21. The Windows Server and Linux versions of VirtualBox 5.1.4 are available for both Intel-based and AMD-based systems. The non-Windows versions of the software are available for both x86 and AMD64 systems.
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VirtualBox supports many network protocols, such as IP routing, IP protocol, TCP/UDP, TCP/IPv4 and TCP/IPv6 and ICMP ping. But you can also select a particular protocol such as IPV6. As the specification of the features in this article are fairly basic, there is little point in describing what those features actually mean. Best Buy hasn’t even got any text in their boxes yet.
VirtualBox runs on all OSs. The current versions for Windows, MacOS and Linux is version 4.0. If you have a version of Windows other than the most recent, you can download the appropriate version of VirtualBox from the Downloads page.
Because VirtualBox provides snapshotting on all supported platforms, it also provides the ability to load an appliance of a version that is older than the version in use, if you wish. This is not supported in version 4.0.0 of VirtualBox for the Mac, although you can use the current version with a graphical version of VirtualBox for Mac OS.
VirtualBox is not designed to be the only virtualization product. Nor does it want to be. VirtualBox competes with products from other vendors such as Microsoft, Red Hat, VMware and other companies. These other vendors all have different solutions for their products. However, it is a very powerful and easy-to-use solution.
VirtualBox provides virtual media management, allowing you to create virtual hard disks and import them and other virtual hard disks. VirtualBox provides a GUI that is similar to other desktop environments.
The VirtualBox package includes a collection of Plug-ins that facilitate the use of popular third-party software. Some of the Plug-ins that come with VirtualBox include – Audio, 3D Graphics, Database, FrameBuffer, Instant Messenger, Virtual Network Adapter, USB, X11, and Zip.
What is VirtualBox good for?
Be aware of:
- The virtual network adapter will look more than a little rough around the edges if you use it to serve network traffic for the VM.
- Linux as a guest OS will not see the full capabilities of a Mac OS X machine’s hardware.
- Be prepared to study the VirtualBox manual. We’ve written an in-depth tutorial for just such a purpose.
- Using a virtual machine that serves as a server is much more efficient than installing Windows as a guest on a mac.
- Hardware virtualization on macOS is much faster than virtualization on Windows.
- When you need to test any Windows application, for example, using VirtualBox is still the easiest way to do so.
VirtualBox Key lets you install Windows on a Mac with a licensed copy of Windows 10 Home or Professional. VMware and Parallels can get you similar results, but Windows 10 Home or Professional is not available in virtual appliance form, so you need to purchase a copy of Windows yourself. Of course, you could just get a Mac and a Windows laptop instead of a Mac and a PC, but this also costs money.
As a supplement to the free Mac OS X operating systems available in the official Mac App Store, Apple’s developer program for iOS apps, and the (essentially incompatible) Mac App Store, VirtualBox allows the installation of virtual machines that run popular desktop operating systems. While you could emulate an Apple Mac, it is more likely that you will need to be running Windows on your Apple Mac, as illustrated below.
Even though many computer users still use only computers that run Mac OS X, the success of VMware and Parallels for Windows shows that the Windows user base is growing. For developers, VirtualBox is the best alternative if you want to run a Windows-only virtualization environment. For any user who has a Windows or macOS license, VirtualBox is certainly worth a try, and it will surely prove more convenient than running Windows on a Mac (or a Linux installation on a Mac).
- Open Source Software, fully free for all commercial and non-commercial use.
- Supports virtualization for x86 and AMD64/Intel64 platforms, meaning it can run all major x86 and AMD64 operating systems (including Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7 and 64-bit editions of these operating systems, Linux distributions, Android-x86, Linux-ARM, and others). AMD64 support requires the VirtualBox code to be built with the same compiler and CPU architecture as the target systems. See About VirtualBox for full list of supported platforms and operating systems. Users of the VBoxManage utility may benefit from newer versions of VBoxManage when possible.
- Open Source implementation of the x86 CPU instructions SSE, SSE2, SSE3, and SSE4.1. AMD64 CPU instructions are the equivalent.
- Access to 1GB of RAM per virtual machine
- Virtual hard disks from 2GB to 4GB in size
- Guest networking through Ethernet and FireWire/IEEE 1394 (PIO only)
What’s new in VirtualBox
- full support for 32-bit and 64-bit virtualization on x86 and AMD64 platforms.
- support for the Synergy 2.x protocol and the Synergy Web UI was improved. Also, Synergy scripts now implement the correct REST API .
- default workgroup name has changed to “vbox1” in order to avoid conflicts with other VirtualBox instances. Only the product name and product version are global settings.
- Multiplier (VNC share mode) has been removed.
- Corrected some security issues.
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