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How to Enable Hyper-V Virtualization on Windows 10

Hardware Requirements

- 64-bit processor
- CPU support for VM Monitor Mode Extension (VT-c on Intel CPU’s)
- Minimum of 4GB RAM. Virtual machines share their memory with the host computer. You need to provide enough memory to   handle the workload.
- Virtualization technology should enabled on BIOS
- Hardware Enforced Data Execution Prevention should enabled on BIOS

Operating system requirements

Windows 10 editions which can support Hyper-v:

- Windows 10 Enterprise
- Windows 10 Professional
- Windows 10 Education

Windows 10 editions which can’t support Hyper-v:

- Windows 10 Home
- Windows 10 Mobile
- Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise

Press WinKey+R , type "control" press OK

select "programs and features"

Select "Turn Windows feature on or off" on left pane

Tick on "Hyper V"

press "OK", after the installation will ask reboot.

After the reboot, search " Powershell" on start menu

right click on "powershell" and select "Run as administrator"

enter "Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Hyper-v -All"  on powershell window without the quotes.

enter "Y".

Reboot computer.

To open Hyper-V, search "Hyper-V" on startmenu.

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