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The graphics accelerated VDI environment has clear advantages over a traditional VDI environment that utilizes the CPU only. Traditional VDI environments often experience poor performance, reduced feature sets on applications or even the inability to run the applications themselves, and costly scaling as your organization grows. This leads to unhappy users and poor adoption of VDI. According to IDC, "Organizations moving to Windows 10 for virtualization need to consider leveraging GPUs for all workloads, not just traditionally graphics-intensive applications such as 3D and computer-aided design."