Windows 7 added support for creating and attaching virtual hard drives in Microsoft's VHD format. Now Windows 8 extends this with the new VHDX format, which improves performance, extends the maximum file size from 2 to 16TB, and makes the format "more resilient to power failure events" (so they shouldn't get corrupted as easily).
Launch the Computer Management Control Panel applet,
choose Disk Management, and
click Actions > Create VHD to give the format a try.
If you want follow the below example of setting it up.
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