What are differences between VDI and application VDI?

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I searched in the blogs but ı didn't understand clearly these differences.
Could you summary please, thank you
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VDI stands for Virtual desktop Infrastructure. You can certainly use Application virtualisation to deliver applications to a VDI environment but that is not called application VDI

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  • Tariqm
    Hi, What do you mean by application VDI - are you talking about application virtualisation? MS App-V types of technology?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    VDI allows to deliver a much richer desktop experience to end users without a large investment on desktop resources and the associated administrative overhead. But it is known that, VDI isn’t a replacement for virtualized applications. You can get here more information: https://searchvirtualdesktop.techtarget.com/definition/virtual-desktop-infrastructure-VDI
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