The free virtual machine software VirtualBox has released Update 7.0 with a number of new features and enhancements.
VirtualBox is currently in Beta testing for version 7.0,Users will finally be able to create and run virtual machines on Macs equipped with Apple's Silicon chips, including M1 and M2.
It's important to note, however,After all, this is a feature that is still in Beta testing, and it will inevitably be buggy in practice, users who mind can wait a little longer.
In addition to new support for M1/M2 chips, VirtualBox 7.0 brings other optimizations.
For example, virtual machines can now be fully encrypted and DirectX 11 support has been added for better 3D graphics while dropping support for older kernel extensions on macOS in favor of more modern apis.
VirtualBox is currently available as a 7.0 download path,If you are using an M1 or M2 chip, you will need to download the Arm60 Mac Developer Preview.