In Windows 10, you can use Hyper-V as a personal sandbox for building and testing your application, and when you are ready to test your application on your production environment, create your Windows Virtual Machine (VM) from the Hyper-V Manager.
In this release, we are introducing a new UI to streamline the enterprise deployment process. For Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise devices, you can use the Windows PowerShell to deploy a complete image, or an operating system and a collection of Windows apps and install the apps from a link in the Store. For Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 devices, the default process for deploying Windows 10 is to install the operating system and a collection of apps from a link in the Store, similar to our Windows Store apps deployment process. The approach in this release for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 devices is the same as in Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise devices.
Starting with the release of Windows 10, we provide a Windows RemoteApp for SMBs. This feature allows companies to deploy apps through a Remote Desktop Connection (RDP) session for access over a remote network.
After installing this update, Windows devices that use certain GPUs might cause apps to close unexpectedly or cause intermittent issues that affect some apps that use Direct3D 9. You might also receive an error in Event Log in Windows Logs/Applications, and the faulting module isd3d9on12.dll and the exception code is 0xc0000094.
Windows Store app is not published as a Universal Windows App. Instead, if the user has already installed the app, a link is provided in the listing, and it is possible to install the app on a user's PC. Users who have already installed the app can update the app. You can also use the Store Connect App to create new apps, publish apps, search for apps, and manage your app listings in the Store.