Microsoft is again trying to ease the path for IT managers to press ahead with the migration to Windows 7.
The tools, dubbed App-V 4.6 and Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) 2.0, are now available, with the former offering what the company calls “package accelerators.”
“Package Accelerators give IT pros and ISVs a way to convert traditional applications directly into App-V,” said Microsoft’s Gavriella Schuster. “Basically, it speeds up application packaging and App-V deployment, making the move to Windows 7 all the more easier.”
Datamation reports on the new tools, and what administrators sitting on the fence about the Windows 7 transition can expect.