jueves, 14 de julio de 2016

VirtualBox v5.1.0-108711 Multilenguaje (Español)


                                     


DATOS TÉCNICOS
VirtualBox v5.1.0 Multilenguaje
114 MB | Spanish Incl. | Free | WIN, LINUX, MAC

DESCRIPCIÓN
¿Quieres probar un programa pero no te atreves por si dañas tu sistema operativo? ¿Te gustaría tener otro sistema operativo pero sin quitar el tuyo? ¿Imaginas probar Windows 10 desde tu 7?
Todo esto es posible con VirtualBox, una utilidad gratuita que crea un ordenador virtual dentro del tuyo, con su sistema operativo totalmente independiente.
De esta forma, podrás crear ‘máquinas virtuales’ con diferentes sistemas operativos y así tener a tu disposición un Windows 95, un Vista, un 2000 un XP o incluso un Linux. Todo desde tu sistema operativo actual.
Para utilizarlo, primero deberás conseguir o crear tu mismo una máquina virtual del sistema operativo que desees, después, cargarla con el programa y listo, arrancará como si de un nuevo sistema operativo se tratase. Por cierto, el programa no ocupa demasiado, pero ten presente que las máquinas virtuales suelen ocupar bastante espacio, fácilmente de cuatro a seis gigabytes.
Sistemas operativos virtuales
Windows (98, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, 7, 8, Server 2008, Server 2012), DOS/Windows 3.x
Linux (Kernel 2.4 y 2.6), FreeBSD/OpenBSD, Solaris 10, OS/2, etc.
Features

Modularity
Virtual machine descriptions in XML
Guest Additions for Windows and Linux
Shared folders
Virtual USB Controllers
Remote Desktop Protocol
USB over RDP


RELEASE NOTES
VirtualBox 5.1 (released 2016-07-12)
This is a maintenance release. The following items were fixed and/or added:
This is a major update. The following major new features were added:
VMM: new APIC and I/O APIC implementations that result in significantly improved performance in certain situations (for example with networking, bug #15295)
VMM: added support for Hyper-V paravirtualized debugging of Windows guests
VMM: emulate even more MMIO and shadow pagetable exits without going back to user mode
GUI: overall migration to Qt5 (bug #11775)
GUI: passive API event listener improving the VM GUI performance and response time
Audio: added HDA (High Definition Audio) support for newer Linux guests
Audio: added on-demand timers which should improve the overall performance and reduce the CPU consumption
Audio: more fine-grained volume control for the AC’97 emulation, which now also takes the master volume control into account
better support for Python 3
In addition, the following items were fixed and/or added:

VMM: activate the x2APIC by default for Linux guests
VMM: many more fixes
GUI: the Detach UI action is now a part of the VM Machine menu
GUI: reworked session information window
GUI: the new VM wizard now allows to choose the VM location for the VM which is being created
GUI: fixed location of touch events in unscaled HiDPI mode (bugs #14366, #14367)
GUI: various bugfixes and internal cleanup
Storage: use fallocate() or similar if present to speed up creating fixed-sized disk images (bug #5967)
Storage: implemented NVMHCI-compatible storage controller
Audio: various bugfixes and infrastructure improvements
E1000: implemented interrupt throttling for performance improvements
EFI: many improvements, for example allow to boot from USB
OVF: improved handling of signed manifests
API: Windows XP guests and Windows 2003 server guests now default to the E1000 T Server network card
VBoxSVC: fixed several memory leaks when handling .dmg images
Installers: ship VBoxBugReport
Windows hosts: reworked COM proxy (e.g. bug #8298)
Linux installers: no longer rely on DKMS for module rebuilding
Linux Additions: fix a problem when updating the initramfs after the guest modules are compiled (bug #15579)
Linux Additions: try to fix a problem where the OpenGL libraries where loaded by the X server when we only support X clients (bug #15574)

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