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What's New in This Release

In addition to bug fixes and stability enhancements, the Software Client for macOS introduces the following:

Pre-session Client Interface is Now Localized

The pre-session interface language can now be changed. The client will automatically use the system's configured language if the language is supported. For more information and instructions for changing the language, see Language Support.

High Performance Client Mode is Now Default

The Software Client for macOS's high performance client mode is now enabled by default, and recommended for most users. Previously, this mode was available as a technology preview. The previous standard mode can still be enabled by switching to Standard Performance Mode, if desired. For more information, see Client Modes.

Simplified Login for Single-Desktop Users

When a connection has a single desktop available, the desktop is now automatically selected and authenticated, without requiring a desktop selection step.

Users with multiple desktops available will continue to select their desired desktop after authenticating the connection.

For instructions on creating a connection, connecting to a session, and managing remote desktops, see Connecting to Remote Desktops.

Collaboration Manager Opens from In-Session Menu

The Collaboration Manager can now be launched from a new Collaboration menu option in the Software Client for macOS's menu, in addition to launching from the system menu bar. For more information, see Sharing Your Session With Collaborators.

New Anyware Modes Information Dialog

Information related to PCoIP Ultra acceleration modes is now available via the Connection Health Indicator on the Software Client for macOS interface. A tooltip has been added next to Mode on the Anyware Health window, which opens the Anyware Modes dialog containing a brief description on the PCoIP Ultra acceleration modes.

PCoIP Ultra modes are configured on the PCoIP agent. For more information, see PCoIP Ultra Modes.