Horizon Client includes features that are common to other Windows 10 apps, and features that are specific to remote desktops and published applications. Feature Support Matrix for Windows 10 ClientsWhen planning which display protocols and features to make available to your end users, use the following information to determine which guest operating systems support the feature. Using Full-Screen ModeIf you are using a Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book, you can display remote desktops and published applications in full-screen or windowed mode. Full-screen mode is enabled by default. Using DPI SynchronizationThe DPI Synchronization feature ensures that the DPI (dots per inch) setting in a remote desktop or published application matches the client machine's DPI setting. Adjust the Screen Resolution for Remote Desktops and Published ApplicationsYou can adjust the screen resolution manually for remote desktops and published applications. Configure the Local Zoom FeatureWith the local zoom feature, you can pinch your fingers together and apart on a touchscreen to zoom in and out inside a remote desktop or published application. Prevent Screen LockAfter a certain amount of idle time, the client 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 published application. Using the SidebarAfter you connect to a remote desktop or published application, you can use the sidebar to open other remote desktops and published applications. Gestures and Navigation AidsVMware has created user interaction aids to help you navigate conventional Windows user interface elements. MultitaskingYou can switch between Horizon Client and other apps without losing a remote desktop or published application connection, and you can resize the Horizon Client app so that it takes up part of the screen alongside another app. Using Horizon Client with a Microsoft Display DockThe VMware Horizon Client app works with Continuum for Windows 10 Mobile. You can use a Microsoft Display Dock to connect your Windows 10 smartphone to an external display and mouse. With this feature, you can use Horizon Client just as you would use it on a desktop PC. Copying and Pasting Text and ImagesBy default, you can copy and paste from the client system to a remote desktop or published application. You can also copy and paste from a remote desktop or published application to the client system, or between two remote desktops or published applications, if a Horizon administrator enables these features. 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. Enable Multi-Session Mode for Published ApplicationsWhen multi-session mode is enabled for a published application, you can use multiple sessions of the same published application when you log on to the server from different client devices. 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. InternationalizationThe Horizon Client user interface and documentation are available in English, Japanese, French, German, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, and Spanish. You can also input characters for these languages.