Alongside word that Microsoft is apparently working on a new store for Windows 10 comes a report in regards to its reputed Cloud PC service. As per ZDNet, Microsoft is equipping to flip the switch on the Azure-powered service when this mid year, maybe in June or early July.
With Cloud PC, you might have the option to access a Windows desktop remotely and use software like Microsoft Office. That could prove to be useful on the off chance that you often switch between gadgets and want access to the same desktop anyplace, or in the event that you have an underpowered system and a strong enough internet connection. Organizations would likewise have the option to set up workers with basic hardware and deal with their Windows 10 networks with Cloud PC.
Microsoft will supposedly sell the service as a managed Microsoft 365 experience and there’ll be a flat cost for every client. Past reports proposed there will be different pricing levels for Cloud PC, contingent upon processor, memory and storage needs.
We could get familiar with the Cloud PC service at Build 2021. The current year’s version of Microsoft’s developer conference happens in late May. On the off chance that the detailed launch timeline for Cloud PC is precise, the service would go live not long before Microsoft’s Inspire partner conference, which is set for mid-July.