Windows Server (2016) OS is often used for session-based virtual desktops. (e.g. Citrix or RDS); Compared to Windows 7 (EOES in 2020) server-based desktops will live with us way longer. (Windows Server 2012 R2 EOES: 2023, Windows Server 2016: 2027) Is there any plan to support any of these?
As a developer of enterprise software that needs to be installed on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Server 2012, Server 2016... This is a tough pill to swallow. I'd like to invest in the MSIX future, but with having to support these older OS for enterprise clients, I can't see us choosing MSIX until there is broader support. Just wanted to send this feedback along to your team, and see if there is any plans for broader support?