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INFO: Virtual Box 4.1 Just Out
VirtualBox is a general-purpose full Virtual Machine implementation for x86 or AMD64 compatible hardware. Primarily targeted at server and desktop, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also OpenSource Software. What's more? It runs on the major operating systems out there -- be it Windows, Linux, OSX or Solaris.
VirtualBox is one of the opensource survivors from when Sun was acquired by Oracle. It is one very useful tool. Oracle's VirtualBox 4.1 includes several new features, but the main one is a new virtual machine cloning facility, which adds a lot more functionality to keep up with a growing sector of VDI competitors.
The other features of this major release are enumerated in the changelog.
Download from the usual place.