VMware announces VMWare Horizon Client for Windows 10
VMware has finally released a universal app for Windows 10 PC and mobile devices with its version of VMware Horizon Client. The app enables Windows users who use VMware Horizon 7 for their business to run virtual desktop applications on all devices running Windows 10.
The application is built as a Universal Windows Platform app (UWP) and supports Continuum, which enables Windows users to connect their devices to a larger screen and move around while working.
VMware, which as of this week is a part of Dell technologies, listed the features of its Windows 10 Horizon Client app:
ENHANCED USER EXPERIENCE The VMware Blast Extreme protocol used with Horizon 7 is designed and optimized for mobile users. Blast Extreme leverages H.264 hardware decoding to deliver the best remote experience while reducing power consumption.
LEAVE THE DESKTOP BEHIND WITH HORIZON HOSTED APPLICATIONS Use VMware Horizon 7 hosted applications, leave the desktop behind and run remote applications with delight experience.
WORK SMARTER WITH CONTINUUM Attach your Windows 10 phone to a monitor, mouse and keyboard through wired or wireless accessories to get complete workspace experience without productivity compromise.
This app is only available for users who use VMware Horizon 7 virtual desktop or hosted application and is also a public beta app. You can download the VMware Horizon client from the Windows Store now!
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