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Windows 2008R2 SP1: Changes that were made to the Hyper-V Manager

In response to feedback from beta users of the service pack 1 release, Microsoft made some changes to the Hyper-V Manager and also to the virtual machine settings user interface.

There are three changes that have been made to the virtual machine settings user interface 

  • “Memory priority” is now “Memory weight”
  • The memory buffer is now configured using a text box instead of a slider.
  • Memory buffer now uses different math. 

To learn more and understand why, check here on Ben Armstrong (Virtual PC Guy  ) Blog:

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