Extend VirtualBox capabilities with this extension pack

VirtualBox Extension Pack

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VirtualBox Extension Pack

  -  17.5 MB  -  Open Source
  • Latest Version

    VirtualBox Extension Pack 7.0.14 LATEST

  • Review by

    Daniel Leblanc

  • Operating System

    Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 11

  • User Rating

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  • Author / Product

    Oracle / External Link

  • Filename


VirtualBox Extension Pack was introduced in Virtualbox as a new way to extend the functionality of the VirtualBox base package.

Using the extension pack doesn't require a separate installation. The packs have a "vbox-extpack" file extension that's automatically handled by VirtualBox. To install it just close down any running Virtual Box instances and double-click on extension pack file and the tool will launch and install it for you, upgrading any earlier version of extension pack you might have.

The current extension pack includes a USB 2.0 (EHCI) controller that allows you to get better performance from your USB 2.0 devices. To use it you'll have to enable the controller by hand and add filters for USB devices that you want to use this controller.

VirtualBox Remote Desktop Protocol (VDRP) support allows you to run a virtual machine on one PC, while you can view and control it from another. Intel PXE boots ROM with support for the E1000 network card allows you to remotely boot a computer trough emulation. Since Version 5.1.x, the Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack is also compatible with the new Virtual Box version for Windows 10 and Windows 11.

Features and Highlights
  • Support for USB2.0 and 3.0 devices
  • Virtualbox Remote Desktop Protocol VRDP
  • Host webcam passthrough
  • Virtual hard disk encryption
  • PXE boot for Intel cards
Note: Please install the extension pack with the same version as your installed version of VirtualBox.

  • VirtualBox Extension Pack 7.0.14 Screenshots

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What's new in this version:

- Audio: Added more fixes for switching host audio devices on Windows hosts using the WAS backend
- 3D: Added general improvements
- OCI: Fixed wrong guest RAM unit usage in VirtualSystemDescription, memory is provided in bytes, "Byte" is the base unit
- Main: OVF Import/Export: Added support for importing and exporting VMs containing NVMe storage controllers
- Main: OVF Import/Export: Added support for exporting a VM which contains a medium inserted into a virtual CD/DVD drive which is attached to a Virtio-SCSI controller
- Devices: Fixed a problem where Windows guests "forget" in-progress touch events when the user holds down a finger without moving it for a period of time
- macOS Host USB: Added support for newer storage devices
- macOS Host: Fixed memory Leak in the VBoxIntNetSwitch process when VM was configured to use 'Internal Networking'
- Linux Host and Guest: Added initial support for RHEL 9.4 kernel
- Linux Guest Additions: Fixed kernel panic on RHEL 8.9 kernel caused by vboxvideo
- Solaris Guest Additions: Added support for the Additions to be installed into an alternate root path ('pkgadd -R')
- Solaris Guest Additions: Removed requirement to reboot VM after uninstalling GAs
- RDP: Fix possible crash when connecting with the Apple Silicon variant of the Microsoft Remote Desktop application
- BIOS: Fixed handle number used for DMI OEM table

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