Running multiple operating systems on a computer is something all tech enthusiasts enjoy doing. You can do this by installing the operating system to a separate hard disk partition or as a virtual machine. Installing an operating system as a virtual machine is more advantageous because you don’t have to constantly restart your computer to access the other OS.
However in order to create a virtual machine, your processor must support virtualization. Fortunately, there are many tools that enable you to check if your CPU or processor supports hardware virtualization.
If you know your processor family, check the Intel® Virtualization Technology list for processors that support Intel® VT