Microsoft Hyper-V Virtualization allows you to create a new virtual machine on a 64bit Windows operating system. Its Code name is “Viridian” and formerly known as Windows Server Virtualization.
It basically provides services and management tools which are used for creating and running the virtual machines and their resources. Just have a glance at this article to know how to enable Hyper-V virtualization in Windows 10, by implementing the steps as explained below.
Steps to Enable Hyper-V Virtualization in Windows 10
Step 1: Go to the Start menu and click on “Control Panel”.
Step 2: Now under the Control panel, go to “Programs” tab and click on “Uninstall a program” link.
Step 3: Under the “Programs & Features”, Click on “Turn on Windows feature on and off” which is at the top left corner.
Step 4: After clicking, a new window pops open, here you’ll see “Hyper-V.” Just click on the radio button beside it and then press “OK” button.
Step 5: Now, Windows will take some time to apply the changes.
Step 6: After that you’ll see a message “Windows completed the requested changes,” then you have to restart your system, click on “Restart Now” button.
Step 7: Once the system restarts, type “Hyper-V” in the windows search bar, as shown in the image below. You’ll get “Hyper-V Manager” desktop app, just click on it to open.
Step 8: Finally, You’ll see that Hyper-V virtualization is installed in your system.
That’s all, guys. Keep reading!!!
Ann Fourt says
In the drop-down menu with check boxes, I do not have a Hyper-V option to select. How do I find it?