Most systems enable the Virtualization feature by default. You can verify this by checking your Task Manager under Performance tab to check if Virtualization is available and enabled.
If it shows that you have your Virtualization Enabled, it may be possible that Hyper-V is enabled on your system and it may affect the performance while running games. Disabling Hyper-V will improve performance of the game significantly. You can disable Hyper-V by following the steps below:
- Go to Control Panel → Programs → Turn Windows Features on or off
- Uncheck Hyper-V settings, and click OK.
- Windows Feature will apply the changes and will request to restart your PC. Allow Windows to restart your PC to apply the changes.
- Once Hyper-V is disabled, the games will be able to run much smoother.
If it shows that you have your Virtualization Disabled, you may have to check and enable Virtualization your PC BIOS. Follow the instructions below to access and enable the Virtualization feature in your PC BIOS:
- Reboot your computer
- Right before your OS loads, press Delete, Esc, F1, F2, or F4 depending on the key that appears on your screen to enter BIOS mode.
- In the Bios setting, find the configuration related to CPU
- Enable Virtualization. If you do not find any settings related to Virtualization, it may mean that your system does - not have the Virtualization feature.
- Save your changes and reboot.
- Your Virtualization should now be enabled.