As of not long ago, Windows 10 users intrigued by Remote Desktop were stuck with the Windows Phone 8.1 applications, discharged in March 2015. The new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) was accessible for the past few months, but just for a preview.
The Latest Remote Desktop App will replace the 8.1 versions
Presently, the Universal application will swap the 8.1 version for both Windows 10 desktop and Windows 10 Mobile. In case you’re using a more established form of Windows, you won’t have the capacity to utilize this most recent Remote Desktop discharge, which works on Windows 10 desktops, tablets, telephones, and even through variety for Windows 10 Mobile.
This is a continuous rollout. The Windows 10 version will be made accessible “to an expanding number of users throughout the following few weeks.” After overhauling, your desktop connections, usernames, gateways, and general settings will be saved. You’ll need to re-enter your passwords, keeping in mind remote assets are saved from Windows Phone 8.1, they won’t be from Windows 8.1.
Just remember that this new release does not contain full features. Here’s a list of features that Microsoft still needs to include:
- Different immediate connections
- Printer redirection
- Smartcard redirection
- Dynamic resolution and revolution
- Microphone support
- Localized app (currently English only)
Note: If you require any of these features, Microsoft suggests that you the Remote Desktop Connections app that boats with Windows. The organization guarantees that a new set of features is by now in the works and that it will “keep observing the Store remarks and our feature request site” for the following set.