Method 1 – Using task Manager
If you have Windows 10 or Windows 8 operating system, the easiest way to check is by opening up Task Manager->Performance Tab. You should see Virtualization as shown in the below screenshot. If it is enabled, it means that your CPU supports Virtualization and is currently enabled in BIOS.
Method 2 – Checking in VMs Directly
Method 3 – using command “systeminfo”
If instead you see ‘A hypervisor has been detected. Features required for Hyper-V will not be displayed’, that means Hyper-V is enabled on the system. Removing the Hyper-V feature should be enough but if Secure Boot is enabled, you’ll be prevented from removing Hyper-V because some Windows security features depend on virtualization.
Virtualbox enable nested vtx/amd-v greyed out
Execute this: $ VBoxManage modifyvm <VirtualMachineName> --nested-hw-virt on
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