Microsoft announces a new service for business that allows Windows to run on any device

Have you ever dreamed of running the Windows operating system and accessing all your applications on any device, no matter what operating system it is running? Well, the dream has become a reality today, or at least for business owners and organizations.

Microsoft has unveiled a new product specifically geared to businesses and organizations. The new product bears the name Windows 365 Cloud, and as its name suggests, it is a paid service from Microsoft that allows business customers to stream the Windows 10 or Windows 11 operating system using Microsoft cloud services from any modern Internet browser no matter what OS or device they have (macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, or Windows).

And since everything happens in the cloud, users do not have to worry about their devices if Windows 365 Cloud gets infected with a virus or malware, and Microsoft provides all the protections found in Windows 10 in this new service, in addition, administrators can reduce some Powers of users to enhance the protection of their cloud devices and ensure that their data is not compromised Microsoft offers two version options for Windows 365 customers with multiple cloud computer configurations based on performance needs for a monthly subscription starting at $20: Windows 365 Business and Windows 365 Enterprise.

Both versions are powered by Azure Virtual Desktop, and individual cloud computers can be configured starting with a single CPU, 2 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of storage at $20 per month (Supports the web version of Office apps, Outlook, and OneDrive); and up to 8 CPUs, 32 GB of RAM, and 512 GB of storage for $158/month subscription cost (Supports the full desktop versions of Office apps, Outlook, Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive...).

Windows 365 Business is more expensive than the Business plan at $4 a month, but if a user's primary business device has a license purchased from Windows 10 Pro, he will get up to 16 percent off his Windows 365 Business subscription through the so-called Windows Hybrid Benefit program, so both plans (Business and Enterprise) will be the same price.

Companies can upgrade any cloud PC to a higher configuration with a touch of a button when needed anytime, and while the two plans are the same price, the Business plan is limited in the number of users (or cloud computers) that administrators can create to a maximum of 300 users only, while the Business plan subscribers can create an unlimited number of cloud computers for an unlimited number of users.
The idea of Windows 365 seems very promising, and without a doubt, if Microsoft were to launch it for all users one day, it would solve many problems and challenges for users of other operating systems (such as running Adobe programs on Linux, for example), and everyone would be able to run the Windows operating system And enjoy their favorite apps from their favorite browser, on any device, anywhere, anytime without having to install or setup anything, whether it's an emulator or a virtual machine, and while waiting for that day, tell us what you think of this new service, and will you use it when it is available to everyone?

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