Hey this would be a quick post or even a micro post about a new feature in Hyper-V called RemoteFX 3D Video Adapter that was just shipped out with Windows 10 and WS2016.
So I was doing a lab work for a Windows 2016 deployment and found new features such as the Remote FX.
It seems that I can already share my desktop GPU to my Hyper-V guest! Cool! I have already alot of use cases in my mind, like running my supervised learning ai on my Hyper-V. I just need to install Unity and VS on a VM, play around there so that my PC and Mac is not always maxed out (will try to constrain it now to a 4gb memory so that I could work while waiting for the operations to complete).
Anyway, back to this lab. Yes folks, still using ol’reliable WDS.