A Peek at Unity Touch in VMware Horizon View 5.2 Feature Pack 1
Not long after Horizon View 5.2 was launched, VMware followed up with Feature Pack 1. Boy, the company wasn’t kidding when it said it would focus on EUC this year!
The FP1 release marks the official launch of Project AppShift, the technology that enhances the Windows desktop user experience on mobile devices. As you may be well aware, using a Windows desktop on a tablet can be challenging and difficult given the amount of zooming and scrolling that you have to do in order to execute the command. Project AppShift, now officially named Unity Touch addresses these challenges by decorating the Windows desktop with enhancements like larger icons and quicker, easier access to commonly used task and other tweaks to make it a much more pleasant user experience.
Now, for those of you that have been testing and paying around with Unity Touch, if you have come across some technical difficulties in that it is not working as advertised…
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