Microsoft on Thursday described new Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) advancements, as details were part of a WVD “Master Class” video presentation, which lasted about seven hours, with labs.

Windows Virtual Desktop Progress Highlighted in Microsoft Talk — Redmondmag.com

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WVD, commercially available since September 2019, is Microsoft’s virtual desktop infrastructure service. It lets organizations access true Windows 10- and Windows 7-based applications from a virtual machine on a remote server in an Azure datacenter. This virtual desktop infrastructure approach offers the advantages of using thin clients and having centralized deployment and management capabilities, but it also seems rather complex, based on comments regularly found at the Windows Virtual Desktop tech community forum.