What Is a Virtual Application?


A virtual application is software created to operate within a virtualized setting instead of directly on a physical computer or device. Virtualization entails forming a virtual representation of computing resources like hardwareoperating systems, or storage, effectively separating them from the physical infrastructure.
Achieving this involves various methods, such as desktop virtualization or application management. Although these approaches differ fundamentally, they are frequently employed in tandem to enhance user experiences and streamline management processes.