Microsoft confirms built-in Hyper-V containers are coming to Windows 10 testers soon
Another new feature in the 'Anniversary' update to Windows 10 will be built-in Hyper-V Container support, Microsoft officials are now confirming.

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On the last day of its Build 2016 developer conference, Microsoft announced that -- as rumored last year -- container support is coming to Windows 10.

Microsoft officials said the feature will be opt-in in "upcoming flights" of Windows 10 for Windows Insiders. (I've seen a screen shot from one Insider, Daniel Gut, that indicates that container support is already an opt-in option in current Windows 10 Enterprise Insider builds, for what it's worth.)

Microsoft officials said the feature will be opt-in in "upcoming flights" of Windows 10 for Windows Insiders. (I've seen a screen shot from one Insider, Daniel Gut, that indicates that container support is already an opt-in option in current Windows 10 Enterprise Insider builds, for what it's worth.)

To get access to containers in the test builds, Insiders will need to enable both the Containers and the Hyper-V features once they're available to Insiders testing Windows 10 Redstone 1, a k a the Windows 10 "Anniversary" update due out this summer.
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