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VirtualBox v5.0.12 Multilenguaje
315 MB | Spanish Incl. | Free | WIN, LINUX, MAC

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¿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 5.0.12 (released 2015-12-18)
This is a maintenance release. The following items were fixed and/or added:
  • GUI: fixed wrong scrolling behaviour in the VM selector window when a VM item is dragged out of the chooser-pane area
  • GUI: fixed the validation of IPv6 port-forwarding rules
  • GUI: suppress the first-run wizard if a CD/DVD medium is inserted using the selector UI
  • GUI: fixed the Ctrl+Break key sequence scan codes (bug #14927)
  • GUI: improved handling of text selection mouse pointer (bug #750)
  • Host services: fixed a crash during VM shutdown under rare conditions (5.0.6 regression; bug #14841)
  • Shared folders: fixed a sharing violation if a file is opened to check the attributes (Windows hosts only; bug #14450)
  • Webcam: passthrough fix for certain devices (Mac OS X hosts only)
  • XHCI: fixed broken emulation if software virtualization is used
  • XHCI: several fixes
  • 3D: fixed state handling under certain conditions (bug #13487)
  • Audio: several fixes
  • BIOS: added LBA64 support for being able to boot from huge hard disks (bug #7415)
  • EFI: fix for Windows 10 guests
  • ExtPack: before installing an Extension Pack check if there are VMs running to prevent file system locking issues
  • rdesktop-vrdp: source code tarball fixes
  • Windows hosts: fixed hang when using VBoxAuthSimple library for VRDP external authentication (bug #14931)
  • Windows hosts: fixed a regression which prevented it to attach to a physical network adapter having TCP/IP disabled (bug #14578)
  • Windows hosts: fixed a regression which caused multi-port adapters to be shown as a single adapter (bugs #14558, #14622)
  • Windows hosts: fixed a regression which caused created host-only adapters to not appear in the list (bug #14437)
  • Windows hosts: fixed host-only adapter creation issues related to Windows 10 (bugs #14040, #14545)
  • Linux hosts: .desktop file compatibility issue (bug #14808)
  • Linux hosts / guests: fixes for RHEL 7.2 (bug #14866)
  • The command for recompiling the host kernel modules was changed again, to /sbin/rcvboxdrv setup (bug #14723)
  • Linux hosts: some fixes for PCI passthrough (still highly experimental)
  • Linux/Mac OS X hosts: fixed a VM hang during startup under certain circumstances (bug #14933)
  • Solaris hosts: added Python 2.7 bindings
  • Mac OS X hosts: fixed a possible crash when the default input or output audio device changes
  • Mac OS X hosts: fixed a panic under certain conditions
  • Linux Additions: prevent the compiler from doing dead-code elemination on vital code in guest / host communication (bug #14497)
  • Linux Additions: when mounting a shared folder, explicitly pass the share name so that /proc/mounts contains this name instead of ‘none’
  • Linux Additions: workaround for a systemd problem in conjunction with SELinux which prevented to properly enable the ‘vboxadd’ service during while upgrading the Additions

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