Release Notes: Many bugfixes were made. Support for SuSE 11 guests and Fedora 12 Alpha guests was improved.
Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes several regressions. Furthermore, performance and stability improvements were made.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. It fixes several minor bugs and regressions.
Release Notes: Guest SMP with up to 32 virtual CPUs is now supported on VT-x and AMD-V. Experimental Direct3D 8/9 support was added for Windows guests. Support for OpenGL 2.0 was added. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Many minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support for many new features was added, such as OVF (Open Virtualization Format) appliance import and export, host-only networking mode, experimental USB support for OpenSolaris hosts, shared folders for Solaris and OpenSolaris guests, and OpenGL 3D acceleration for Linux and Solaris guests. Hypervisor optimizations with signi?cant performance gains for high-context switching rates were made. The memory limit for VMs on 64-bit hosts was raised to 16GB. VT-x/AMD-V are now enabled by default for newly created virtual machines. Many other enhancements were made and bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Many stability and performance improvements were made. Furthermore, many bugfixes and integration improvements were made.
Release Notes: Full support for Windows 7 as host and guest has been implemented. Better USB support is provided on modern Linux hosts (without usbfs). A combined 32/64bit package for Solaris hosts is provided. Many other enhancements and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: Support for hardware virtualization on Mac OS X hosts was added. Support for Intel Nehalem virtualization enhancements was added. 64-bit guests are now experimentally supported on 32-bit host operating systems. Experimental 3D acceleration via OpenGL was added. Experimental LsiLogic and BusLogic SCSI controllers were added. Full support for VMDK/VHD including snapshots was introduced. A new NAT engine with significantly better performance, reliability, and ICMP echo support was developed. Many other enhancements and bugfixes were made.