My processor is supposed to support virtualization:
As I understand it, in Windows 10 I can't run VirtualBox because Windows 10 uses something called the
Windows Defender Credential Manager which is a secure VM for separating credential management (related to Keybreos and NTLM) from the physical hardware that Windows 10 is running them.
While it sounds like a really good idea from a security standpoint, it also seems to be preventing me from running virtual machines on my laptop in VirtualBox.
While Hyper-V is an option it has some limitations that VirtualBox does not when working with Vagrant.
It can be disabled / enabled according to this.