I am watching Episode 2 on Configuring, where Cherokee Boose. explaining Class A addrees where she said in binary 11111111. Blue is the host and the 00000000.00000000.00000000 Orange is the host address ? I'm pretty sure its the other way around, usually the Network bits usually starts first then the host address bit after? sorry just wanted to clarify that, the presenter is great she breaks it down in good clear analogy in some of the videos on the 70-698. I also wanted to mentioned this again, she (Cherokee) is using a Virtual Machine (VMware) and in other Episode where in order to have a VM, you need to have the following
Winddows 10 pro?
4GB or greater of Ram I think 8GB for more VM's, because the Hosts uses 4GB of ram? need clarification
CPU 1GHZ or higher?
Needed VT-X on Intel and AMD-V for other CPU's
SLAT (Second Level Address Tranlsation)? or something like that
I myself use a website called ark.intel.com to get more detailed information on Intel CPU to see if it supports all the Virtualizations Here's an example
Intel Core i5-8300H Processor, if you type in the 8300H, it will break it down
Intel Optane Memory Supported where I read this somewhere that this is some type of memory drive, where I think this is the new type of future hard drive, i read an article or some type of magazine? (maximum PC) I can't remember where exactly? Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT), Intel TSX-NI (Not sure if this is important) Intel 64 where this indicates the 64 bit processor. In another website (Udemy) where the presenter shows a Windows 7 Home Edition as the host computer and a Windows 10 or Windows 10 pro, as a VM? here's a link
https://www.udemy.com/windows-10-the-fastest-way-to-install-test-and-remove/?src=sac&kw=Windows 10 The
I am in the process of buying a "NEW" computer with Windows 10 Pro, with 8GB RAM, 1TB hard Drive, Is having a gaming PC (laptop or Desktop) a better option?
Any suggestions on this subject would be greatly appreciationed