Microsoft completely rewrote the client to use the same underlying RDP core engine as the iOS, macOS, and Android clients, and along the way added a large number of new features.
The update, which takes the app to version 10.2.1519, has the following changelog:
- Rewrote the client to use the same underlying RDP core engine as the iOS, macOS, and Android clients.
- Added support for the Azure Resource Manager-integrated version of Windows Virtual Desktop.
- Added support for x64 and ARM64.
- Updated the side panel design to full screen.
- Added support for light and dark modes.
- Added functionality to subscribe and connect to sovereign cloud deployments.
- Added functionality to enable backup and restore of workspaces (bookmarks) in release to manufacturing (RTM).
- Updated functionality to use existing Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tokens during the subscription process to reduce the number of times users must sign in.
- Updated subscription can now detect whether you’re using Windows Virtual Desktop or Windows Virtual Desktop (classic).
- Fixed issue with copying files to remote PCs.
- Fixed commonly reported accessibility issues with buttons.
The update is currently only available for Insiders, and if it passes testing should be coming to regular users in a few weeks.
Source: MsPoweUser| By: Surur | August 21, 2020 | https://mspoweruser.com/microsoft-rewrites-remote-desktop-uwp-app/
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