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I recently installed Windows 8 Pro and I'm trying to use Visual Studio for Windows Phone Development. Next, I enabled "virtualization technology" in the motherboard but I can't make it. It says I can enable "Hyper-V" but not the "Hyper-V Platform".Is it possible to enable the "Hyper-V Platform"...
Is there a noticeable performance of virtual machines if Hyper-V issued on a Windows Server 2008 Core installation vs. Windows Server 2008 Full install?
Is it possible to install Hyper-V (Windows 2008) without the GUI and still have full use of all the features? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com