So I’m back with a new tutorial about How to Enable Hyper-v. If you’ve ever run Android or another emulator on your PC, you should know about Hyper-v or virtualization. It is a unique technology that allows you to run the OS within an OS. Like emulators, especially BlueStacks, Memu, Nox, and more. Hyper-v is developed especially for some advanced purposes like hosting a server in the cloud and development purposes. But nowadays, Hyper-v is commonly used to run emulators smoothly to play PUBG and COD especially.
But note that Hyper-v is only available on Windows 8 and 10 in Professional, Enterprise and Academic editions. Now, if you have installed any android emulator the first thing, it will ask you to turn on the Hyper-v for better performance. It is compulsory to enable the Hyper-v if you want to use the full power of your PC in the emulator. Otherwise, you will not utilize 100% of your hardware performance. So if you don’t know how to enable the complete Hyper-v on your Windows? Then this article is just for you. I will guide you for all the steps for enabling the complete Hyper-v.
How to Enable Hyper-v from BIOS Settings?
The first thing you need to do is turning on Virtualization from BIOS settings. If you don’t do that your Hyper-v will never enable in your Windows as well. To do that just restart your PC. > When you will see your Computer manufacturer logo press F2 for six times. > After that your PC will go in its BIOS menu. > Goto security. > System Security. > Turn on the “Virtualization” > Now BIOS work has finisher just restart your PC into Windows OS. Please note that settings reflected according to your manufacturer’s, so it’s not applicable for all type PC’s
Open “Turn Windows feature on and off.”
Now after setting up on BIOS type “Turn Windows feature on or off”. You will see you required app on the top position click on the app now.
Select and Enable Hyper-v Option
Now scroll down and find the Hyper-v option. > CLick on the checkbox. > Click, OK. > That’s it your Hyper-v is now successfully turned on, and you are ready to go.
Confirm Your Hyper-v
You can check for whether your Hyper-v (virtualization) is working or not, by going to Task Manager