Ubuntu on Hyper-V sluggish/slow UI experience

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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS installed with Hyper-V Manager. I have assigned it 4 processor cores and 12GBs of RAM. I have run through several forums and tutorials and I haven’t found any solution that would actually help with the issue. The performance is so sluggish, it’s making usage of the VM unbearable. I’d love things to run smoothly – moving the cursor, opening windows, scrolling etc.
i-7 8700K, 32GB, Intel UHD Graphics 630, SSD
I’d appreciate any help.

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