Hyper-V allows for the creation of virtual computer systems that run on a physical host, giving the appearance of a physical system but within a virtualized and isolated environment. The hypervisor software manages access to physical hardware resources, enabling easy deployment, restoration, and migration of virtual systems. This technology allows for the rapid deployment of computer systems and a straightforward way to restore them to a previously known stable state. Additionally, users can migrate their virtual systems between different physical hosts. Once Hyper-V is enabled, individual users can manage their own virtual machines using the Hyper-V Manager (virtmgmt.msc).
To run Hyper-V, your
computer must meet the following system requirements:
operating system must be Windows 10/11
Enterprise, Pro, or Education edition.
processor must be 64-bit with Second
Level Address Translation (SLAT).
computer must have a minimum of 4 GB
CPU must have Intel ("Intel VT" or
"VT-x") or AMD ("AMD-V") virtualization
enabled in BIOS/UEFI.
computer's BIOS/UEFI must have Hardware
Enforced Data Execution Prevention
("Data Execution Prevention," "XD,"
"Execute Disable," or "NX") enabled.
In this tutorial, you
will learn how to turn the Hyper-V feature for all users
on Windows 11 operating system.
Control Panel: Click Start Button
, type control panel
on Program and Features
the left side, click on Turn
Windows features on or off
the list of features, select
Hyper-V , make sure both
options are selected and then click
Hyper-V Management Tools
selected features will be installed, and
then you will be asked to restart your
machine, Click Restart now