Top 4 reasons Win 10 VDI needs graphics processing units

The Top Four Reasons Windows 10 VDI Needs GPUs

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Today’s digital workplace is changing due to the increased graphics requirements of Windows 10.

In a virtual desktop environment without a graphics processing unit (GPU) to offload these additional processing requirements, the end user sees slower performance, reduced feature sets, and applications that simply won’t launch.

Download this white paper to uncover the top four reasons why Windows 10 VDI needs GPUs.

Vendor:
NVIDIA
Posted:
03 Oct 2017
Published:
03 Oct 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
20 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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