VirtualBox 3.0 has been released as an early first beta for testing, mainly aimed at advanced VirtualBox users who want to help test some of the new features for the forthcoming new version. It supports up to 32 virtual CPUs which is useful if you want to share your multi-core CPU across your virtually hosted computers. You can also use DirectX 9 applications on hosted Windows virtual machines and more.
VirtualBox 3 beta link.
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