Microsoft now lets you run a Windows 11 desktop in the cloud

Microsoft recently declared that Windows 365 customers can now display cloud PCs running Windows 11, which is now the new operating system introduced by Microsoft.

According to Microsoft’s fresh blog post, now the new operating system Windows 11 is supported across all could PC configurations with at least 4GB RAM and 2 vCPUs, of which there are eleven in overall.

The economical with 2 vCPUs, 4GB RAM, and 64GB storage is also available for only $28 per user/month.

The one and the only limitation is that Windows 11 cloud PCs are simply available to Windows 365 Enterprise customers for the time being. Microsoft says smaller businesses that have less than 300 distributions will gain the right to use Windows 11cloud PCs in upcoming weeks.

Windows 11

Windows 11 cloud PCs  

Microsoft recently launched its new Windows 365 earlier in the summer, promising customer’s a fresh way to experience Windows 10 or Windows 11.

Overall, the visualization service permits users to stream a Windows desktop to any of their devices and from any place. Instead of introducing the operating system and applications locally, using up both storage and computing properties, Windows 365 lets users stream their data, apps, and settings to any of their devices along with those which can run on Android, Linux, and macOS.

According to Microsoft, the service opens up a host of fresh prospects for businesses, from a cost, management, and efficiency perspective.

Though Windows 365 didn’t back Windows 11 cloud PCs, administrators can also renovate remaining Windows 10 based settings outs by altering the gallery photo in Microsoft Endpoint Manager and initiating an endowment.

To check whether current cloud PC arrangements are well-suited with Windows 11, managers can refer to the work from anyplace dashboard in endpoint analytics.

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