Have you heard of virtual machines ?! There are many such software, such as birtualbox, virtualPC, vmware, and so on. They are also widely used, from commercial server management to personal installation and running of various systems and software using virtual software (for example, a secure game cannot be determined or a Linux system can be easily learned ). However, Microsoft's latest Win8 system now comes with the Virtual Machine Hyper-V.
Before using a virtual machine, make sure that your CPU supports virtualization and virtualization is enabled. To enable the function, find the program and function in the control panel, enable or disable the windows function, select all hyper-v components, and click OK, if you want to load the system iso with Win8 on the system CD, you can.
After restarting, you will find two more Hyper-V icons. Click Start. As for the configuration, you can find it by yourself. It is not very difficult. In addition, I will give a detailed introduction to Hyper-V virtual machines in future articles.