Microsoft's Hyper-V feature was previously available only to Windows Server users, which allows end users to run multiple operating systems on a single PC, including 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The basic principle is that Hyper-V allows users to create a virtual machine on a Windows 8 computer and then install and run multiple systems. Microsoft recommends that Hyper-V operations require at least 4GB of RAM.
1, landing Windows 8 Metro interface, click the bottom left corner of the desktop icon, the following figure:
2, into the desktop after the use of "Windows + X" combination of hot keys to bring up the following interface, select: Procedures and functions, the following figure:
3, open the program and function interface, click the upper left corner: Enable or turn off Windows features, as shown below:
4. After opening the interface, check the Hyper-V checkbox (the default is to select the Hyper-V sub option), as shown below:
5, click OK, the Windows feature application changes will last about a few minutes, the following figure:
6, the Windows function to complete the change settings, the following figure:
7, open the Hyper-V function settings, through the Windows key can be seen in the Metro interface: Hyper-V Manager and Hyper-V virtual Machine connection, the following figure: