Back in March 2019, Microsoft made a public preview of Windows Virtual Desktop. This service is a means of virtualizing Windows 7, 10, Office 365 ProPlus apps and other third-party software. They achieved this by running them in Azure virtual machines, and they’re thinking of integrating it in the Windows service.
The first announcements regarding the Windows Virtual Desktop services were first made back in September 2018, and the community was pretty excited. Besides the Windows virtualization services, the Windows Virtual Desktop service also provides multi-session Windows 10 and supports Windows Server RDS desktop and apps.
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