Enable Virtualization (Client Hyper-V) in Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise and Education editions

Below we may get step-by-step screenshots,

Step 1 - Click on yellow container icon on the task bar, it will open "File Explorer".

Step 2 - On the left pane, locate and click on "This PC".

Step 3 - Click on "Computer" above.

Step 4 - Click on "Uninstall or change a program" to open.

Step 5 - On the left pane, locate and click on "Turn Windows features on or off".

Step 6 - Locate "Hyper-V" and click the check box.

Step 7 - Confirm the Tick mark and click on "OK".

Step 8 - Wait for some time until changes apply to Windows 10, processing time depends on system configuration.

Step 9 - Save rest of your background work, if any and click on "Restart now". If planning to restart after some time then click on "Don't Restart".

Step 10 - Click on start and type "Hyper-V", it will appear in the list.

Step 11 - Right click on Hyper-V Manager, select "Pin to start" to access it quickly every time from start menu. Once that done, click on "Hyper-V Manager" to open.

Step 12 - Now Hyper-V Manager is opened. Select the same host just under e.g. SKYLAKE or other server in the network by locating and clicking on "Connect to Server..." on the right pane.

Step 13 - On the right pane, actions can be performed, for examples - by clicking on "New" then "Virtual Machine.../Hard Disk.../Floppy Disk..." or "Import Virtual Machine" from other server or other actions as listed.

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