You can use Horizon Client to connect to remote desktops and applications. Horizon Client includes additional features to aid navigation. Gestures and Navigation AidsVMware has created user interaction aids to help you navigate conventional Windows user interface elements. Using the SidebarAfter you connect to a remote desktop or application, you can use the sidebar to open other desktops and applications. Adjusting the Screen Resolution for Remote Desktops and ApplicationsIf your tablet has a high-resolution screen, you might have some difficulty reading the icons and text in a remote desktop or application. You can lower the screen resolution to improve readability. Using Full-Screen ModeYou can display remote desktops and applications in full-screen or windowed mode on a Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book. Full-screen mode is enabled by default. Enable the Local Zoom FeatureWhen you enable the local zoom feature, you can pinch your fingers together or apart on your touchscreen to zoom in and out in the remote desktop or application. Saving Documents in a Remote ApplicationWith certain remote 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. Pinning a Remote Desktop or Application to the Start ScreenYou can pin a remote desktop or application to the Start screen by right-clicking the desktop or application on the desktop and application selection window and selecting Pin to Start from the context menu. Prevent Screen LockAfter a certain amount of idle time, the Windows 10 device might dim the display, activate the lock screen, or power down the display to conserve power. You can set an option to prevent screen lock for a remote desktop or application. MultitaskingYou can switch between Horizon Client and other apps without losing a remote desktop or application connection.