How to Install Virtualbox

Virtualbox 4.3.18 released

VirtualBox 4.3.18 recently released, is a cross-platform virtualization application that installs on your Intel or AMD-based computers, and runs on Windows, Mac, Linux or Solaris operating systems. It extends the capabilities of your computer so that it can run multiple operating systems (inside multiple virtual machines) at the same time. VirtualBox 4.3.18 update VMM: fixed a potential misbehavior after restoring the A20 state from a saved state GUI: fixed full-screen mode mini-toolbar related regressions for different platforms and window managers (bug #13369) GUI: X11: fixed full-screen mode Unity panels quirk caused by mini-toolbar code changes in last release (bug #13365) GUI: X11: added possibility to use legacy full-screen mode as the new one can cause multi-screen issues under Unity, see the manual for more information properties which prevented GNOME Shell on Fedora 21 from starting Linux hosts / guests: fixed a few remaining warnings in the kernel log if memory allocation fails Storage: fixed a rare hang during startup when the BIOS enumerates the storage devices attached to the SATA controller NAT Network: properly parse port forwarding rules to allow UDP rules USB: fixed a crash on Linux hosts with older Linux kernels see full change log Install Virtualbox 4.

Virtualbox 4.3.16 Released with several 3D fixes

VirtualBox 4.3.16 had just been released and it comes with lots of improvements, and several bugfix. Virtualbox is a cross-platform virtualization application that installs on your Intel or AMD-based computers, and runs on Windows, Mac, Linux or Solaris operating systems. It extends the capabilities of your computer so that it can run multiple operating systems (inside multiple virtual machines) at the same time. Virtualbox 4.3.16 updates VMM: fixed restoring 32-bit FPU state on 64-bit capable VMs and restoring guest FPU in raw-mode VMs GUI: properly restore normal/scale mode guest-screen size after exiting full-screen/seamless mode GUI: mini-toolbar should provoke less artifacts/conflicts with 3D guest rendering GUI: X11: Modern window managers should now use native full-screen multi-screen mapping API Storage: fixed a rare release assertion when using the AHCI controller Floppy: fixed read errors and guest memory corruption when running under control of QEMM 3D: added experimental support for rendering on offline GPUs for Mac OS X host 3D: fixed white window appearing on entering FullScreen mode on OSX host 3D: fixed video recording support for 3D data regression 3D: fixes for MS Office 2013 support 3D: several fixes and lots more Install Virtualbox 4.

Install VirtualBox 4.3.14 on Ubuntu 14.04

VirtualBox is a cross-platform virtualization application that installs on your Intel or AMD-based computers, and runs on Windows, Mac, Linux or Solaris operating systems. It extends the capabilities of your computer so that it can run multiple operating systems (inside multiple virtual machines) at the same time. The latest release Virtualbox 4.3.14 comes with a number of improvements and bug fixes. Some listed below GUI: fixed a potential crash GUI: fixed stuck AltGr key on Windows hosts GUI: fixed update check which was broken due to changing the location of the root certificates NAT: fixed slow upload speed under certain conditions NAT Network: fixed potential loss of inbound TCP data NAT Network: fixed potential infinite stalls of TCP connections over IPv6 NAT Network: fixed resets of TCP connections on Windows hosts Storage: fixed a possible crash with CD/DVD passthrough under certain circumstances 3D: fixed misbehavior with huge guests i.