New and Improved
This update includes the following new features and improvements:
- Favorites are now displayed on the Turbo Launcher panel.
- New turbo run behavior: The run verb now starts an existing container if a container exists that matches the requested image list. If a different set of settings is specified on the command-line, those override the existing container settings. Also, run image matching is no longer case sensitive.
- The turbo run command shows status output faster when used with streaming images.
- The --admin flag is no longer persisted into the container.
- Command suggestions logic has been improved to handle more misspelling cases.
- The clean and base system images are no longer shown containers command image lists, making the display easier to read.
- Turbo VM respects DPI awareness settings (that control application window scaling on high resolution displays) in application manifests.
- Unnecessary native filesystem content has been removed when operating in merge isolation mode.
- Java 8 runtime support has been added to Turbo Studio.
This update includes fixes for the following issues:
- Chrome icon does not show in the task bar if Chrome is not installed natively
- Regression for some ISV customers due to IIS support implementation
- All manifest settings other than UAC settings now respected in containerized executables
- Hang in Windows 10 when using the Studio Startup Executable Optimization setting
- Image list printed twice when using the run or new commands
- rmi command does not match image release if .0 version suffix is omitted
- Login exception when user has an expired authentication ticket
The curent Turbo Client version is 3.33.839; VM version is 11.8.760; and Studio version is 16.0.482.
Users will be automatically updated to the latest version of the Turbo client and VM.
Turbo Studio users should download the latest update from their account page.