Whether you are a software developer, an IT professional, or a technology enthusiast, many of you need to run multiple operating systems. Hyper-V lets you run multiple operating systems as virtual machines on Windows.
Hyper-V specifically provides hardware virtualization. That means each virtual machine runs on virtual hardware. Hyper-V lets you create virtual hard drives, virtual switches, and a number of other virtual devices all of which can be added to virtual machines.
Hyper-V is only available on 64-bit versions of Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education. It is not available on the Home edition.
Hyper-V Manager provides management access to your virtualization platform.
This tutorial will show you how to add a Hyper-V Manager applet to the Control Panel for all users in Windows 10.