Citrix Ready to Bring VM to Windows 10 S

Windows 10 S is keen on ensuring that only Apps purchased or otherwise acquired through the Windows Store and are UWP Apps work on said devices. While this seems like a good idea, it is very limiting and in sense is Windows RT 2. Thankfully Citrix has come out with a way to circumvent this for some applications. If you have Windows 10 S, you can go snag an application through the Windows Store called "Citrix Receiver". This allows you to run specific Win32 applications or environments that wouldn't otherwise be available. It has a broad range of compatibility and more applications will be added down the road.

Citrix Receiver connects to XenApp and XenDesktop, where you can leverage TLS 1.2 or lower. There is also an option of using SecureICA encryption for the connection if you are running an older version of XenApp. Due to being a UWP app the service would also work on UWP-only devices such as Windows Phone, HoloLens and Surface Hub and supports Continuum for Phones. It also offers full support for touch, pinch and zoom and drag and drop.

Source: MSPowerUser