I use Windows 10 v1909 (build 18363.836).
I had the need to use the Android simulator in Visual Studio 2019 and it requested that hyper-v be turned on for hardware acceleration. I did it and played a bit with the emulator. So far so good. During the same day, I also wanted to revisit Docker and installed Docker for Windows. Soon after, the PC started to reboot randomly and abruptly. I therefore uninstalled Docker (my VirtualBox VMs were not able to start anyway so I would have uninstalled Docker). The reboots continued. Removed everything Hyper-V in windows features. Still no luck. At last, I found this thread which made me run bcdedit to turn off hyper-v (how could it be on if it was removed from windows features? Mystery). Since then, no reboots anymore (crossing my fingers as it makes only one day since I applied this solution).
Note that I also tested with Malwarebytes being turned off (this is the only security software I have installed). It still rebooted by itself.
So my question: why am I not able to run Hyper-V and have a stable OS?