Oracle continues to release minor updates for its hosted desktop virtualization platform VirtualBox at a crazy pace.
In mid May the company released VirtualBox 3.2, after just a few weeks of beta. In June the product was updated again two times, with version 3.2.2 and 3.2.4. And now we have the 3.2.6.
Like for the previous builds, this one too is primarily for bug fixing, but there’s a key addition: the support for 64bit guest operating systems on 32bit host OSes (assuming Intel VT or AMD-V are available and enabled at chipset level).