Default settings for a virtual CPU use a single processor core. You can assign additional cores - up to four, in this example where the physical machine has a quad-core CPU. You can also restrict CPU usage to prevent a VM from monopolizing the resources of a physical machine.
For the full review, see Is Hyper-V ready for the Windows desktop?
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