Exciting news! A New Windows App is available in iOS, MacOS, iPadOS Android Devices. Microsoft released a new app called Windows app. The release of this new app was announced at the Ignite 2023. This new app is now in a preview version for all users, and it is going to be the best Working experience for all users.
The app is available for work and school accounts and is now in a preview version. It allows you to access Windows apps across multiple services and remote PCs, such as Windows 365, Azure Virtual Desktop, and Remote Desktop.
This new app meets all your needs. It is the best gateway to securely connect to Windows devices and apps with the Azure Virtual Desktop, Windows 365, Microsoft Dev Box, Remote Desktop Services, and remote PCs.
This application is available on Windows, iOS, macOS, and web browsers and will soon be available on Android. This article provides a quick overview of Windows apps designed for easy user interaction and is available on Windows 10 and 11 devices.
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What are the Features of the New Windows App?
The Windows app is the best shortcut to securely connect Azure Virtual Desktop, Windows 365, Microsoft Dev Box, Remote Desktop Services, and remote PCs to Windows devices and apps. This app has many features, which are listed below.
1. You can access to connect Windows apps with different platform
2. You can customize the Home screen of the Windows app that you use the most for your work
3. You can connect with the windows through a web browser without installing any software
4. It allows a dynamic resolution and scaling
5. It allows multiple Monitor supports
Video -New Windows App available in iOS MacOS iPadOS Android Devices
This video provides details of the new Windows app for accessing Cloud PC, AVD, and Dev Box from any device. This video will help you to get an overview of the Windows app. You can check this video for more details.
New Windows App available in iOS MacOS iPadOS Android Devices
Microsoft released a new Windows app in Ignite 2023. This app is now available on Windows 10 and Windows 11. You can get it from the Microsoft Store, and the first time you open it, you can only log in with your work or school account.
There are some prerequisites needed before you connect to your devices. The prerequisites are different according to the OS. Internet access is the major prerequisite in all OS.
Note: You can connect to Remote Desktop Services and a remote PC with Windows App on macOS or iOS/iPadOS, but Microsoft doesn’t currently support these connections.
|Connect to/from||Windows||macOS||iOS/iPadOS||Web browser|
|Azure Virtual Desktop||Supporting||Supporting||Supporting||Supporting|
|Microsoft Dev Box||Supporting||Supporting||Supporting||Supporting|
|Remote Desktop Services||Not Supporting||Microsoft doesn’t currently support these connections||Microsoft doesn’t currently support these connections||Not Supporting|
|Remote PC||Not Supporting||Microsoft doesn’t currently support these connections||Microsoft doesn’t currently support these connections||Not Supporting|
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The attractive home screen is the best feature of this app. Using My Dev Box, you can also use all the remote applications. You can customize the home screen and pin devices and apps that you prioritize.
The Windows app is securely connected to your Windows and apps on a Windows 365, AVD Desktops, My dev box, Remote desktop services, or remote PC device.
The main feature of the Windows app is that you can switch accounts to access all your devices and apps. Switching accounts can help you keep your personal and work data separate and secure, and it’s also very easy for your work.
Krishna. R is a computer enthusiast. She loves writing on Windows 11 and related technologies. She likes to share her knowledge, quick tips, and tricks with Windows 11 or Windows 10 with the community.