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Intel Virtualization ENABLE or DISABLE?

Most of every processor Intel and AMD has a Virtualization if you check on Task Manager > Performance.

I wonder those feature just let it turn ENABLE or DISABLE. There're anything will impact on performance?

So far Virtualization is common use for if user want to create another virtual PC only with single processor that currently use by original PC.

 

So how about you guys, got any advice for this feature?

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I usually leave it alone. I've noticed no performance gain or loss if you enable it or disable it.

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I have found it to make no impact on performance what so ever.  If you don't use virtualization software like vmware, virtualbox, hyper-V, etc, then you can safely leave it disabled.

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6 minutes ago, Nite-Ninja said:

I usually leave it alone. I've noticed no performance gain or loss if you enable it or disable it.

 

4 minutes ago, Nah Xirok said:

I have found it to make no impact on performance what so ever.  If you don't use virtualization software like vmware, virtualbox, hyper-V, etc, then you can safely leave it disabled.

Welp there're no any virtual software relate I currently use.

So I may disable it, and Enable it only if I need to.

 

Thank you :) 

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if your running windows 10 home then it shouldnt show up as something you can enable but if your running windows 10 pro or better you can do it though the OS. if its on and you dont use it theres no need to turn it off it doesnt and shouldnt effect your performance.

 

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