Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop spring refresh: What’s new and next

Microsoft is ready to start rolling out several new Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) features as part of its spring refresh. And while these features are fairly incremental, the WVD team is working towards making WVD more of a true “cloud PC” in the not-too-distant future.

Microsoft made the first version of WVD generally available on September 30, 2019. WVD provides Windows 10 virtualization, along with multi-session Windows 10 capabilities and support for Windows Server RDS desktop and apps. WVD will allow users to virtualize Windows 7 and 10, Microsoft 365 apps for the enterprise (formerly known as Office 365 ProPlus apps) and other third-party applications by running them remotely in Azure virtual machines.

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