Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.3 introduces a virtual multi-touch user interface, supports additional devices and platforms, and provides enhanced networking capabilities enabling developers to virtualize modern post-PC era operating system features while maintaining compatibility with legacy operating systems.
•Generally available today, Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.3 delivers the latest enhancements to the world's most popular, free and open source, cross-platform virtualization software. •Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.3 adds a unique virtual multi-touch interface to support touch-based operating systems, and other new virtual devices and utilities, including webcam devices and a session recording facility. •This release builds on previous releases with support for the latest Microsoft, Apple, Linux and Oracle Solaris operating systems, new virtual devices, and improved networking functionality.
Multi-touch Interface Supports Latest Touch-based Windows Operating Systems
•Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.3 provides support to run the most modern guest and host platforms. Enhancements include: •New operating system platform support: Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.3 supports the input device features, of the latest platforms such as Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Mac OS X 10.9 in a virtual environment. For Windows 8.1, the new release can also simulate a 10 point multi-touch device. Additionally, improved 3D acceleration accommodates the translucent effects in the latest Linux distributions from Ubuntu and Fedora, and enhanced multi-monitor support allows users with multiple screens to use them from within the virtual environment. •New devices and management utilities: A new virtual USB webcam device enables video conferencing applications such as
•"Building and testing modern applications requires developers to run everything from legacy environments to the latest Linux and Windows desktop and tablet operating systems with 3D effects and multi-touch interfaces," said
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