1. Open Run
2. Type msinfo32
3. Following window will pop-up
4. Look out for Hyper V section (highlighted)
5. If all Hyper V options are marked as YES, then you're good to go.
In my case, Virtualisation Enabled in Firmware is set to NO, which means that even though my system is capable of supporting Hyper V Functions, but I need to enabled it on BIOS to get it working.