I have a Windows 10 Pro workstation (dual processors, 96GB RAM) that has programs and data already installed. I want to install Hyper-V 2016 instead of the version that normally comes with Win 10 (to get maximum features from Server 2016). I want to install so that current Win 10 OS becomes host.
I want to create an at home virtual environment to get certs and to have safer web browsing platform.
Will this work? How can I install Hyper-V 2016 and Server 2016 trial version, etc. with Win 10 as host without loosing current Win 10 setup?