My office has become considerably less cluttered in recent years, thanks to a Windows 10 feature called Hyper-V. Where there once was a workbench full of PCs in all shapes and sizes, using power and generating heat and noise, now those PCs are virtual.
Hyper-V adds virtualization capabilities to desktop versions of Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise editions, using the same industrial-strength hypervisor found in Windows Server editions. If you need a PC for testing purposes, you can build one, virtually, with just a few clicks. If you’ve never used Hyper-V, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.
The benefits of virtualization are profound. Consider these scenarios:
• You want to evaluate a new software program without the risk messing ...