The Remote Desktop Universal Windows 10 app appears to be getting a release very soon according to a post by an official Microsoft forum moderator. In the post on the Microsoft forums, the moderator flat out reveals that the app is coming soon and that right now the developers are seeking feedback from the public on how they would use it so as to help them priorities which features are worked on first.
Here’s the full post:
“We’ve heard a lot of buzz around being able to connect to a remote desktop from Continuum for phone. We are excited to share that the Remote Desktop Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app will be released very soon in Technical Preview. We are very interested in hearing more from remote desktop users to help prioritize investments in this much-requested app. How do you intend to use it on Continuum for phone? What apps will you run and what tasks will you do? In what environments or scenarios will you use it?”
The Remote Desktop Universal Windows 10 app is a tool used to help users manage their workspace all from one place and grants access to applications, files, and network resources. Have you been looking forward to the release of the Remote Desktop Universal Windows 10 app? How would you use it? Let us know in the comments below.Further reading: Apps, Microsoft, Remote Desktop, Windows 10