HP ThinPro 7.2 OS will be available on select devices this December
HP has updated its in-house operating system for its newly-released and older line of enterprise-grade desktops and laptops. HP ThinPro 7.2 is a lightweight Linux-based operating system that can be deployed at ease. Some of its security features include certificate management, a locked file system, and SecureBoot signing.
One of HP ThinPro 7.2's key features is its seamless integration with the cloud. It supports platforms such as support for Citrix, VMware, and other web-based Virtual Desktop Environments (VDI), allowing users to run a wide variety of operating systems.
Central management of connected devices is possible, thanks to HP Device Manager. HP ThinPro 7.2 also lets you pre-load communication applications like Microsoft Teams and Slack to ensure connectivity at all times.
HP ThinPro 7.2 is supported on the following HP devices: t240, t420, t430, t530, t540, t628, t630, t638, t640, t730, t740, mt21, mt22, mt32, mt45, and mt46. It is available in nine languages, including English, German, and Chinese. The software will be available for purchase in December for an unspecified price.