I’m planning to sell the new virtual (and invisible) PC

How do you enable virtualization support on an Intel CPU?

A) Install a 32-bit operating system

B) Turn on Hyper-Threading Technology (HTT)

C) Allocate a larger amount of space to the virtualization partition

D) Increase the amount of system memory

E) Enable VT in the firmware

F) It’s not real, so it doesn’t matter what you do

The answer: E) Enable VT in the firmware

Intel’s VT (Virtualization Technology) enables virtualization features in the CPU. This capabilities is generally enabled and disabled in the BIOS of the computer.

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