By default, Windows Server does not come with Hyper-V installed. In order to start using the virtual environment, Hyper-V needs to be enabled. Even with its straightforward steps, it is important to understand how it works after the setup and what has changed in Windows architecture.
There are different methods to install Hyper-V. The most common one is through the graphical interface.
To get ready to enable Hyper-V you must be logged on with administrative privileges.
The following steps will demonstrate how to enable the Hyper-V Role for Windows Server and what is changed in the Windows architecture after its installation.