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Built for the enterprise

With Windows 10, you can build the great experiences your users expect, while providing control over the security, management, and configuration required by your organization.

Learn the basics

Universal Windows Platform apps are easy to develop in a variety of languages. They run seamlessly on all devices, including desktop, phone, tablet, and Surface Hub. And, they can leverage trusted, enterprise-grade security and authentication features to ensure that business data is protected.

Integrate enterprise features

Learn about the security features available to Windows apps and decide what best fits your business needs.

Create a secure user login experience using strong two-factor authentication with gestures, such as Windows Hello or a PIN.

Use the Prism framework to build loosely coupled, maintainable, and testable enterprise-grade apps.

Deploy apps

You have options for distributing your enterprise apps. You can use Microsoft Store for Business, existing mobile device management or you can side-load apps to devices. You can also make your apps available to the general public by publishing to the Microsoft Store.

Online videos

Deep dive on integrating two-factor authentication into your apps, including biometrics options such as fingerprints and facial recognition.

The Desktop Bridge (Project Centennial) helps you bring your Win32, .Net, Windows Forms and COM apps to the Universal Windows Platform on Windows 10.

Learn more about the evolution of security breaches and how to start thinking about addressing these new challenges.

Explore how Windows 10 provides a way for trusted apps to safely handle work and personal information, so you can manage business data without boxing in the user experience.

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