Oracle VM VirtualBox finally gets Support for Windows 11, macOS Big Sur, Monterey, and More

Oracle's Virtual Box version 7.0 Beta 1 brings with it numerous foremost modifications in phrases of host OS help. The virtualization software program has subsequently received the capacity to run on home windows eleven as the host OS. The previous Virtual Box release, version 6.1.36, did no longer support windows eleven hosts, though windows eleven guest template has been supported due to the fact that version 6.1.28. But, the deliberate TPM pass-through was not present in 6.1.28.

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Oracle VM VirtualBox finally gets support for Windows 11, macOS Big Sur, Monterey, and more

The exchange has been referred to within the user guide (PDF) of the the new edition which notes home windows eleven 21H2 aid. Along windows 11, the brand new Virtual Box 7.0 Beta 1 also gains guide for macOS 11 (massive Sur) and macOS 12 (Monterey). Over at the Linux facet of factors, there may be now support for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and 22.04 LTS, in addition to Debian eleven.

The whole change-log in terms of new host OS support is given underneath:

Supported Host operating systems

Presently, Oracle VM Virtual Box runs on the following host OSes:

    • Windows hosts (64-bit): 

        ◦ Windows eight.1 

        ◦ Windows 10 

        ◦ Windows 11 21H2 

        ◦ Windows Server 2012 

        ◦ Windows Server 2012 R2 

        ◦ Windows Server 2016 

        ◦ Windows Server 2019 

        ◦ Windows Server 2022 

    • macOS hosts (64-bit): 

        ◦ 10.15 (Catalina) 

        ◦ 11 (big Sur) 

        ◦ 12 (Monterey) 

    • Linux hosts (64-bit). 

        ◦ Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, 20.04 LTS and 22.04 

        ◦ Debian GNU/Linux 10 (“Buster”) and 11 (“Bullseye”) 

        ◦ Oracle Linux 6, 7 and 8 

        ◦ Cent-OS/pink Hat organization Linux 7 and eight 

        ◦ Fedora 35 and 36 

        ◦ Gentoo Linux 

        ◦ SUSE Linux business enterprise server 12 and 15 

        ◦ open-SUSE leap 15.3 

You could locate the whole release notes for Virtual-box 7.0 Beta 1 here.

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