VirtualBox 7 Launches With Secure Boot and TPM 2.0 for Better Windows 11 Support
After a few months of testing, Oracle is finally releasing VirtualBox 7 to all users on all supported platforms.
The official release of VirtualBox 7 adds many new features and improvements, such as Secure Boot support and TPM 1.2/2.0 to improve Windows 11 support. Or this change now allows VirtualBox customers to run Windows 11 on virtual machines normally, without any software tricks and no need to bypass the minimum hardware requirement.
Other notable features include full virtual machine encryption, cloud virtual machine support, DirectX 11-based 3D support, the ability to run virtual machines in session 0 (before you sign in to your account, many user interface improvements...
Of course, with VirtualBox 7 there are also bug fixes, security patches ... and improved overall accessibility of the application.
What is VirtualBox?
VirtualBox full name is Oracle VM VirtualBox. This is one of the best free virtual machine creation software on the market today. You can use VirtualBox to create virtual computers on top of your real computer. As a result, you can install multiple operating systems, test software, and perform a variety of tasks without having to equip multiple computers.
The newly launched VirtualBox 7 supports both Windows, macOS and Linux. You can download and use it for free from the Oracle homepage:
Download software VirtualBox 7
In addition, you can also download VirtualBox from TipsMake.com's website:
To know between VirtualBox and VMware which virtual machine software is better, please refer to the article:
VirtualBox vs VMware: Which Virtual Machine Software Is Better?
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