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|Last updated:||6 Jun 2023|
|6 Jun 2023|
This guide is intended to get you up and running with this tool quickly with the most common settings. For a thorough review of all options, refer to the official documentation.
You can use Hyper-V to create and run virtual machines using Windows 11 on Arm.
There is nothing to download to enable Hyper-V.
Arm virtual machines on Windows with Hyper-V require
Windows 11 version 22H2 or newer.
To check your Windows version hold down the Windows Key and press R. In the Run dialog box type
A dialog will appear with your version information.
Version 22H2 or newer.
Here is a screenshot of
You must enable Hyper-V on a physical computer. It cannot be enabled on a virtual machine such as an Azure Arm instance running Windows 11.
Follow the instructions below to enable Hyper-V on Windows on Arm.
There are multiple ways to enable Hyper-V:
Pick one alternative, you don’t need to do both.
Click the Windows button, find and open the Control Panel
In Control Panel click
Programs and then click Turn Windows features on or off
A dialog should appear:
Open a Command Prompt or Windows PowerShell
DISM command below to enable Hyper-V:
DISM /Online /Enable-Feature /All /FeatureName:Microsoft-Hyper-V
The output should include the message:
The operation completed successfully.
Restart your computer to finish enabling Hyper-V.
Hyper-V Manager should now be available in the applications menu.
You are now ready to use Hyper-V to create virtual machines on your Windows on Arm device.
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