Get your applications virtualized on Windows 7 Beta with Microsoft App-V

Wow and what an end to the week from the MDOP team! They just blew it away today announcing Win7 Beta usage for App-V and App-V 4.6!!!!

The Announcement was as follows……

Today I’d like to share with you the immediate availability of Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) for use with the Windows 7 Beta and more roadmap information around App-V 4.6.

We’ve been listening to customers who want to see us support Windows 7 early so they can move ahead with their application testing in preparation for their enterprise deployments. Today, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of App-V 4.5 CU1 for the Windows 7 Beta. 

As you know, we have a high bar for application compatibility between Windows Vista and Windows 7, so you might be wondering why we need an update of App-V specific to Windows 7.  Application virtualization is in a small class of applications that have very deep interactions specific to a Windows release – in App-V’s case it is redirecting the registry, file-system and component calls.  So as we update Windows, we will continue to require new versions of App-V. 

All subscribers of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) can register to download the update from Microsoft Connect and get ahead on their Windows 7 planning right now.   Through MDOP, our goal is to continuously offer technology and updates to our enterprise customers.  When Windows 7 releases, we are committed to supporting the final product within 90 days of general availability.  App-V 4.5 CU1 also contains a small number of improvements such as instant access or removal of applications assigned to end users.

Continue to read more at the MDOP Blog….

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