Built for the enterprise
There’s no need to start from scratch—you can bring your existing desktop and web investments to Windows 10 and then tap into enterprise-class security features and reduce maintenance costs with trustworthy package deployments.
Credential Locker and encryption APIs enable your passwords to roam with peace of mind, while Windows Hello provides a range of intuitive biometric protections that help keep security out of the way.
Flexible deployment options
Publish your application to specific organizations in the Microsoft Store for Business, use existing mobile device management tools to distribute your application, or distribute an installer file to users across your organization.
In most cases, you can directly deploy your existing desktop applications to Windows 10.
Create a Windows app package for your Windows 10 users. A package gives you clean, trustworthy, and low-cost deployment.
Add modern features to your desktop application that light up for Windows 10 users.
Add new experiences
Enable interaction across devices and add UI that incorporates modern interaction models such as speech, touch, ink, and dial.
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