Citrix has used Microsoft’s Desktop Bridge to move a full-featured chronicle of a Citrix Receiver app to a Microsoft Store.
The Citrix Receiver app has been accessible in a Microsoft Store for some time, with a final vital refurbish bringing support a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) earlier in 2017. Today, Citrix has rolled out another large refurbish to a app, this time bringing a full underline set of a desktop chronicle of a app to bear.
In this update, Citrix explains it used Microsoft’s Desktop Bridge to move a full, feature-rich chronicle of Citrix Receiver to a Windows Store. While that ensures all Windows 10 inclination will have entrance to a full desktop underline set around a Store chronicle of Citrix Receiver, Citrix says a categorical idea was creation certain Windows 10 S users, who are limited to Store apps, can get a full experience.
Here’s a full demeanour during what’s new in this release:
- This recover provides a feature-rich Citrix Receiver package accessible in the
Microsoft Store targeted for Windows 10 S, PC, x86 inscription and IoT Enterprise devices.
- This recover addresses a series of inner and patron reported issues.
For some-more information on bound issues, see Fixed issues.
- App gazette opening improvements
- Handling Multistore errors
- Handling a black shade emanate on a alighting page of any session
While Citrix Receiver isn’t dictated for a ubiquitous consumer crowd, this refurbish is expected to come as good news for business users who need entrance to practical desktop and craving apps on a go with a far-reaching operation of machines. If you’re a Citrix Receiver user, we can squeeze a latest refurbish to a app from a Microsoft Store now.
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