In this post you will learn the Technic of Enabling Hyper-V and Creating Virtual Machines in Windows 10 Pro.
Hyper visor technology is software on which multiple virtual machines can run, with hyper visor layer controlling the hardware and allocating resources to each VM operating system. Hyper-V Server 2008 was released on October 1, 2008. So, you can create a virtual machine and use it for evaluating software and services without risking the stability of your real PC. Here we show you the easiest way how to enable Hyper-V in your Windows 10 Pro.
Enabling Hyper-V and Creating Virtual Machines in Windows 10 pro.
The following prerequisites are required to successfully run Client Hyper-V on your Windows 10.
- Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise 64 bit Operating System
- 64 bit processor with Second Level Address Translation (SLAT)
- 4 GB system RAM at least
- Bios-level Hardware Virtualization support
Note: Your PC must have Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise. If your PC have Windows 10 Home then it does not include Hyper-V support.
1: Firstly, make sure that you have enabled the Hardware Virtualization Support from BIOS Setup setting. Restart your PC while the computer is restarting press F12 for Dell/F10 for HP to open the BIOS settings and enable Virtualization Technology under Security system.
2: Go to the search box after that type Turn Windows features on or off and click the top result.
3: First find the Hyper- V then click on Plus (+) to expand it.
4: After expanding click on square brackets to select them afterward click on OK.
5: Wait till the applying changes completes.
6: Now restart your PC to add new features in your Computer.
7: Intend to the search box therefore type Hyper-V Manager and click on top of the result.
8: The first thing you need to do is creating a network switch to create and run virtual machines together. So now open hyper-V, right click the host and choose Virtual Switch Manager. You can also find it on actions panel as well.
9: Click on Private then click on OK.
Finally you enabled Hyper-V Manager.
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