Horizon Client for Linux supports many features. Feature Support Matrix for LinuxSome features are supported on one type of Horizon Client but not on another. InternationalizationThe user interface and documentation are available in English, Japanese, French, German, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, and Spanish. Keyboards and MonitorsYou can use multiple monitors and all types of keyboards with a remote desktop. Certain settings ensure the best possible user experience. Use Display ScalingUsers that have poor eyesight or high-resolution screens, such as 4K monitors, generally have scaling enabled by setting the DPI (Dots Per Inch) on the client system to greater than 100 percent. The DPI setting controls the size of the text, apps, and icons. A lower DPI setting makes them appear smaller and a higher setting makes them appear bigger. With the Display Scaling feature, remote desktops support the client machine's scaling setting and appear normal-sized rather than very small. Using DPI SynchronizationThe DPI Synchronization feature ensures that the DPI setting in a remote desktop or published application matches the client system's DPI setting. When you start a new remote session, Horizon Agent sets the DPI value in the remote session to match the DPI value of the client system. Use USB Redirection to Connect USB DevicesWith the USB redirection feature, you can use locally attached USB devices, such as thumb flash drives, in a remote desktop or published application. Using the Real-Time Audio-Video Feature for Webcams and MicrophonesWith the Real-Time Audio-Video feature, you can use the local client system's webcam or microphone in a remote desktop or published application. Real-Time Audio-Video is compatible with standard conferencing applications and browser-based video applications. It supports standard webcams, audio USB devices, and analog audio input. Using the Session Collaboration FeatureYou can use the Session Collaboration feature to invite other users to join an existing remote desktop session. Using the Seamless Window FeatureWith the Seamless Window feature, you can interact with an application that is running on a remote desktop as if it was a locally running application. Saving Documents in a Published ApplicationWith certain published applications, such as Microsoft Word or WordPad, you can create and save documents. Where these documents are saved depends on your company's network environment. For example, your documents might be saved to a home share mounted on your local computer. Set Printing Preferences for a Virtual Printer Feature on a Remote DesktopWith the virtual printing feature, you can use local or network printers from a remote desktop without having to install additional printer drivers in the remote desktop. For each printer available through this feature, you can set preferences for data compression, print quality, double-sided printing, color, and other settings. Copying and Pasting TextYou can copy text to and from remote desktops and published applications. A Horizon administrator can configure this feature so that copy and paste operations are allowed only from the client system to a remote desktop or published application, or only from a remote desktop or published application to the client system, or both, or neither. Enable the Relative Mouse Feature for a Remote DesktopIf you use the VMware Blast display protocol or the PCoIP display protocol when using 3D applications in a remote desktop, mouse performance improves when you enable the relative mouse feature. Using Serial Port RedirectionWith serial port redirection, you can redirect locally connected serial (/dev/ttyS) ports, such as built-in RS232 ports and USB-to-serial adapters. Devices such as printers, bar code readers, and other serial devices can be connected to these ports and used in RDS-hosted desktops.