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The most direct application of virtualization technology (VT) is to run virtual machines in a system. If the CPU supports the VT, you can install virtual machines on your system; on the other hand, if your CPU does not support VT, then you will not be able to use virtual machine applications. That also means it’s time to change your computer. To enable VT: Restart computer to enter the BIOS; Find the corresponding VT option; Adjust the setting from “Disable” to “Enable”; Save and restart.