New version released

Today we have released a new Veertu version 1.0.4. There’s quite a few new features and improvements. We added a HyperV interface support. That will make Windows even faster because it reduces a number of VM exits and timer interrupts. HyperV also synchronizes wall clock automatically, so no more time drifts after suspending and resuming a VM. Linux guests would also benefit from the changes since recent kernels has a built-in support for the HyperV interface. We added a support for Retina HDPI resolutions when a host display is in a scaled mode. This was a popular request of many users. You can enable Retina by going to VM settings/Advanced and checking the box. We also fixed a sandbox file permission bug that caused VMs with an attached ISO residing on a removable media not to start after reconnecting the media. In addition we fixed a few other small bugs and issues. Next version will introduce VM import/export, ability to change VM Library location and more. Stay tuned…