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How to Enable Hyper V in Windows 10, Windows 10S Decoded

After we wrote introduction to Windows 10S, Now team WebIT MAN comes with a guide to enable Hyper V in Windows 10. “Everything that runs on Windows 10 S is downloaded from the Windows Store,” says Microsoft’s Windows chief Terry Myerson.

Windows 10 S is a specific configuration of Windows 10 Pro that offers a familiar, productive Windows experience that’s streamlined for security and performance.

Step 1: Prerequisites } Enable Hyper V
The following prerequisites are required to successfully run Client Hyper-V on Windows 10:

  • Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise 64 bit Operating System
  • 64 bit processor
  • 4GB system RAM at minimum
  • BIOS-level Hardware Virtualization support

Step 2: Setting Up Hyper-V

  • Ensure that hardware virtualization support is turned on in the BIOS settings
  • Save the BIOS settings as well as boot up the machine normally
  • Click the search icon (magnified glass) on the taskbar
  • Type turn windows features on or off and select that item
  • Select and enable Hyper V
  • If Hyper-V was not previously enabled, reboot the machine to apply the change.NOTE:As a best practice, configure networking for the Hyper-V environment to support external network connections. Also ensure that a virtual switch has been created and is functional.
  • Click the search icon (magnified glass) on the taskbar, type Hyper-V Manager and select the item. NOTE: Right click Hyper-V Manager to pin it to the task bar
  • Open the Virtual Switch Manager, found on the Actions panel in the Hyper-V Manager, by typing Hyper-V at the Start Screen
  • Select Virtual Switch Manager in the Actions pane
  • Ensure that External is highlighted, and then click on the Create Virtual Switch button

We will also update this article with screenshots, as well as videos for the same.

ALSO READ – Introduction of Windows 10S by WebIT MAN

Introduction of Windows 10S by WebIT MAN

Video Source – Channel9 MSDN

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