Microsoft Launching Cloud Windows PC service

Microsoft launching a new cloud service called Windows 365. Windows 365 is a new cloud service that will let you use Windows 10 or Windows 11 on a cloud computer, like Office 365 you can access this service on any computer at any time.

You can access to this Windows 365 service using any modern browser through Microsoft’s remote desktop app. Since Windows 365 is a cloud service you can instantly access to all your desktops, tools, software, and your tools at any time and pick up the work where you left off. You can access to this on any device or any OS Windows 365 will work on, iPads, Mac, Android and every other OS s even with the Linux.

Windows 365 will only available for business at its lunch on August 2nd, with a monthly per-user subscription. Microsoft didn’t announce the price for the Windows 365 service yet. Windows 365 is designed for one-person business up to big business with thousand of workers.

Windows 365 will come in two different versions. Windows 365: Business and Enterprises. Both of these versions are powered by Microsoft Azure Desktop, and individual PCs can be configured with a single CPU and 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage at the base configuration, and you can upgrade all the way up to 8 CPUs, 32 GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage option. Microsoft plans to offer 12 different configurations for both Windows 365 Business and Enterprises versions.    

Janidu Teshan
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