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Screenshots: VirtualBox’s seamless integration

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As already mentioned the new VirtualBox features seamless integration of Windows guest windows with Linux hosts. While I do not have a Windows copy at my hands at the moment a friend of mine made some screenshots and told me about his experiences.

All related blogs and media are picking up now the news about the new VirtualBox version. And the page is accessible too. Everyone can now download the newest version in various precompiled packages.

However, there are hardly any screenshots available yet so I asked my friend JD if he could produce a set for me:

The first screenshot shows the VirtualBox screen next to the task manager and a Windows Minesweeper game. At the bottom you can see the Windows task bar which shows a small window preview of the task manager. The system is, btw., a Vista-style Windows XP.

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