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qvd supports hardware acceleration
Thanks to ongoing QVD code enhancements, the VDI product provides an improved user experience in graphic applications by using hardware acceleration.   Currently, providing secure access when accessing data and applications remotely is essential, but it is also to provide an optimal user experience, mainly in collaborative working spaces where […]

QVD performance in graphic applications [hardware acceleration]





QVD provides access to Linux desktops which provide a variety of applications and suites out of the box and is extremely customizable. The time may come, however, when you wish to provide access to a Windows program. Since you are already virtualizing your user’s desktop, we are going to look […]

Seamless Windows Applications in QVD


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QVD 3.4 arrived in the new year with a few killer features, shared folders and an application server prototype amongst them. For this post we are going to concentrate on testing the shared folders functionality of QVD 3.4 using the QVD demo. If you are using a linux desktop, you’ll […]

Test Driving QVD Shared Folders


QVD is delighted to announce the release of version 3.4 of our flagship VDI which provides several important new features along with stability enhancements and bug fixes. QVD 3.4 provides an improved user experience as well as enhancements to the backend that will make administration even easier. Shared Folders QVD […]

QVD 3.4 Released



We’ve been quietly rewriting the QVD clients for all platforms, refactoring old code and implementing some of our new ideas and today we provide the first access to the reworked clients. With the exception of the Windows and OS X clients, these are statically linked binaries which means they can […]

New QVD Client Binaries



We’ve been busy at the QVD with a bunch of new features due in our upcoming release. Last week we talked about QVD Shared Folders which provides your users with instant access to their local files, convenience at a click of the mouse. This week we take a look at  Disk Image […]

Disk Image Aging