Enterprise IT departments will have a new tool to make it easier to deploy apps for their users in Windows 10. Microsoft today revealed more details about its plans for the Windows Store in the new version of its operating system , and said it will include enterprise support. specific app stores that can be administered by organizations.
Organizations will be able to create an “online store portal” where users can log in with their Azure Active Directory credentials and then download any of the available apps, while being prevented from installing anything they want from Windows Store. It’s part of changes to Microsoft’s App Store with the new operating system that puts software for Windows PCs, tablets and phones in one place.
It’s also a way for companies to give users some control over the apps they install rather than using one-size-fits-all deployments, while still having the final say on which apps can and can’t go. on someone’s work computer.
This is just one of the new features that Microsoft is targeting at its enterprise customers with the launch of Windows 10. This release is designed to bring organizations back into the Windows fold after a frosty reception to Windows 8. That’s why it includes popular features like a Windows 7-style Start menu and support for multiple desktops.
Right now, people who want to get a sneak peek at Windows 10 can sign up for the Windows Insider Program. Everyone else will have to wait for the release of the new operating system next year.