Posted by: Nathan Simon
hyper-v, IT professional, Windows 8, Windows XP Mode
Windows XP Mode has been replaced with a more powerful and scalable virtualization option, called you guessed it, Hyper-V!
So how do you enable Hyper-V so you can start virtualizing your applications that aren’t compatible with Windows 8?
I am going to tell you. Let’s get started.
- Open Control Panel
- Programs and Features
- Turn Windows Features on or off
- Select Hyper-V and click OK (since your a techie like me, may as well check off Telnet Client as well!)
- Restart your PC and you will be ready to dive into Hyper-V Goodness!
Any questions you know where to find me!