Remote Desktop Universal app for Windows 10 to be released ‘very soon’

Microsoft launched Windows Remote Desktop App a while ago and a lot of Windows users use the app which lets you access your work resources on the go and get your things done from anywhere and all what you needed is a data connection. But the app for Windows 10 Universal platform has not been released yet although over 100 million Windows users have already upgraded to Windows 10, and you might be wondering when it will be available.

It seems Microsoft has been working on the Remote Desktop Universal Windows 10 app and now an official Microsoft Forum moderator has revealed that the app for Windows 10 devices will be released very soon on.

“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?”

If you are one among the workaholics using the app and have been waiting for Windows 10 version of the app for a while, this report must give some peace of mind at least. It seems that you would not have to wait that much even though the post didn’t give any hint on when it will be released.

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