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Windows 10 Generation 2 is the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system. It includes many new features and improvements, such as a new Start menu, a new Edge browser, and support for fingerprint and face recognition.
Which is an advantage of Generation 2?
What is generation 1 and generation 2 in Hyper V?
Generation 1 in Hyper V is a virtual machine that uses BIOS to boot up an operating system. Generation 2 is a virtual machine that uses UEFI to boot up an operating system.
Which generation is going on on Windows?
Windows 10 is the most recent generation of Windows.
What is the difference between Gen1 and Gen2 in Azure VM?
The main difference between Gen1 and Gen2 in Azure VM is that Gen1 is based on BIOS and Gen2 is based on UEFI. Gen2 also offers some other benefits, such as increased security and faster boot times.
What are the disadvantages of Generation 1 virtual machines?
There are a few disadvantages to Generation 1 virtual machines:
1. They are not as widely supported as Generation 2 virtual machines.
2. They do not support some of the newer hardware features that Generation 2 virtual machines do.
3. They are not as efficient as Generation 2 virtual machines.
How can I tell which virtual machine is Hyper-V?
There are a few ways to tell which virtual machine is Hyper-V. One way is to check the system requirements for the virtual machine. If the virtual machine requires a processor with virtualization technology, then it is likely Hyper-V. Another way to tell is to check the settings for the virtual machine. If the virtual machine has settings for processor, memory, and networking, then it is likely Hyper-V.
What is secure boot Windows?
Secure boot is a security feature of Windows that helps protect your computer from malware. It works by ensuring that only signed, trusted software can run on your PC. Secure boot is enabled by default on all new Windows PCs, but you can disable it if you need to.
If you’re not sure whether your PC has secure boot, you can check in the BIOS or UEFI settings. To do so, restart your PC and look for a message that says "Press [key] to enter BIOS/UEFI." The key is usually F2, F8, F12, or Esc. Once you’re in the BIOS or UEFI settings, look for a secure boot or UEFI Boot Order option and make sure it’s enabled.
If you’re not sure how to change your BIOS or UEFI settings, you’ll need to consult your PC’s manual or contact the manufacturer.
How do I know my Windows 10 generation?
There are a few different ways that you can determine the generation of your Windows 10 operating system. One way is to open the Settings app and go to System > About. The other way is to use the winver command.
What do you mean by second generation computer?
A second generation computer is a computer that uses transistors instead of vacuum tubes.
How do you change a VM from Gen 1 to 2?
There are a few steps involved in changing a VM from Gen 1 to 2. The first step is to open the Hyper-V Manager and select the VM that you want to change. Once you have selected the VM, click on the "Settings" option in the right-hand pane. In the "Settings" window, click on the "General" tab. Under the "General" tab, you will see an option to change the "Generation" of the VM. Select the "Generation 2" option and click "OK". The VM will now be changed to a Generation 2 VM.
How do I know what generation My Azure VM is?
There are a few different ways to determine the generation of your Azure VM. The most direct way is to check the VM size. For example, if you are using an Azure VM that is sized as Dv2, Ds2, or DSv2, then you are using a VM from the second generation.
Another way to determine the generation of your Azure VM is to check the SKU. The SKU for a second generation VM will start with "Standard_DS" or "Standard_GS".
You can also use the Azure portal to check the generation of your VM. Under the "Settings" section for your VM, you will see the "generation" listed.
Finally, you can use the Azure CLI or PowerShell to check the generation of your VM. The command to use for PowerShell is Get-AzureRmVm. The command to use for the Azure CLI is az vm get-instance-view.
I hope this helps.
Can virtual machine harm your computer?
No, a virtual machine cannot harm your computer. However, if you do not properly configure your virtual machine, it could leave your computer vulnerable to attack.
Does virtual machine slow down your computer?
No, a virtual machine does not slow down your computer. In fact, it can help you improve your computer’s performance by allowing you to run multiple operating systems simultaneously.
Do both Generation 1 and Generation 2 virtual machines support secure boot?
Yes, both Generation 1 and Generation 2 virtual machines support secure boot. You can enable secure boot by going to the VM settings and selecting the "Security" tab. Then, check the box next to "Enable Secure Boot".