Back at Ignite 2018, Microsoft launched a new service called Windows Virtual Desktop that allows users to run a multi-user Windows experience powered by Azure. The service first in a private preview, and Microsoft is today expanding the preview to anyone trying out the service.
Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop is an Azure-powered service that allows users to access a multi-session . The service comes with Office 365 ProPlus integration for enterprise customers, as well as support for Windows Server Remote Desktop Services. The idea is that companies can easily deploy and scale their Windows desktops and apps quickly and easily through the power of Azure. But with Windows 7's extended support ending in January 2020, Microsoft is offering three additional years of support for those who want to set up Windows 7 virtual desktops on the service.
You can find out more about Windows Virtual Desktop's public preview here
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