Apple’s iPad was meant to replace all computers, but in the end getting work done using your fingertips like a toddler severely limited how useful and usable the gadget could be.
Last year Microsoft released Windows Virtual Desktop, an Azure-based service that delivers a multi-user Windows 10 experience on any operating system.
Now Scott Manchester, Group Manager for Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Service, has shown off a new feature for the iOS version of the app which makes the client much more powerful on the iPad.
— Scott Manchester (@RDS4U) January 2, 2019
Windows Virtual Desktop will soon support mice in the virtual environment. Unfortunately, only specific mice will be supported – in the video the Swiftpoint GT and eventually Microsoft’s own Bluetooth mice.
The feature is said to becoming soon. Read more about Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop here.