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Windows 10 insiders can now test Hyper-V on ARM64 devices

Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 10 feature update expected in the fall. The interesting thing about this is: at the same time, there is an interesting innovation. An ARM64 VHDX file that supports virtual machines since Windows Build 19559.


Windows 10 insiders can now test Hyper-V on ARM64 devices


The update to build 19631 is now available for insiders in the Fast Ring and fixes a few problems and brings optimizations. As usual, Brandon LeBlanc informed about all changes in the Windows blog. The new preview version of Windows 10 H2 does not offer anything new. Basically, there are only a few improvements and bug fixes. At the same time as the new build was released, Microsoft started testing the ARM64 VHDX file.



Earlier this year, the team had already offered the option to install HyperV on ARM64 devices, such as the Surface Pro X, which runs the Enterprise or Pro edition of Windows 10. The test now begins with the ARM64VHDX, with which Windows 10 can run Windows 10 as a guest operating system, previewed in HyperV, 19559, or higher. The VHDX container file under the insider program is available for download from Microsoft. VHD stands for Virtual Hard Disk, up to X70 terabytes in size.

In the future, regularly updated VHDX downloads for newer Insider Preview builds will be published. Hyper-V on Windows 10 ARM64 devices only works on Windows 10 Insider Preview builds from 19559 and higher. Nested virtualization is not supported.

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