Microsoft is developing a new version of its popular Windows desktop app called ‘Windows Remote Desktop’, according to a blog post by the company.
The app is reportedly in the early stages of testing, and is reportedly set to be launched in the coming weeks.
The blog post says that it is based on an earlier version of the app, called ‘Remote Desktop’, that Microsoft acquired in October 2016.
It is not yet clear how the app will work with Windows 10, but it appears to support a number of different features, including support for a desktop environment called ‘Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop’.
The blog entry also claims that the app’s ‘Microsoft Remote Desktop’ features are “the first to support the multi-user capabilities of Windows 10”.
Windows 10 users will be able to use the app to view the user’s desktop environment, including the user and administrator accounts and a virtual desktop.
It is also said to have “support for remote desktop sessions, including full Windows 10 Remote Desktop” via an Azure portal.
Microsoft is currently working on the new Windows 10 desktop app.