Announced at Ignite in 2018, Microsoft recently released Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) into public preview. According to Nerdio, Microsoft will be delivering functionality in the next version of Windows 10 to work better with WVD.
Microsoft is releasing a brand-new version of Windows 10 to support multiple user desktop sessions on a single VM. It is called Windows 10 Enterprise Multi-session for WVD and it is built specifically to enable hosted desktops that are identical to what the more than 800M Windows 10 users are already used to on their physical devices. The new OS also comes with enhancements that improve the user experience. For instance, the Windows Search index (which speeds up searching in Outlook and other apps) will be a per-user database that will be portable and can move with the user from one VM to another. In existing operating systems, the search index is a per-machine database so if a user logs into another VM the index must be rebuilt.