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What's new in version 6.1 build 6105
A new startup option: GUI (Safe Mode), in which Linux kernel video drivers are used instead of xorg drivers. May be useful for the Intel HD520/530 built-in video adapter.
Scheduled tasks can be repeated during one day and randomly delayed within a specified time interval. The latter is useful when several images are to be simultaneously created on the same server at the same time.
Support for exFAT disks for saving/reading disk images.
Support for resizing of HFS+ partitions.
ReleaseMay 8, 2017
Date AddedMay 8, 2017
Version6.1 build 6105
Operating SystemsWindows 10, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP