Microsoft Launches Windows 365 Subscription Allowing Users To Stream Windows 11 Anywhere

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Microsoft announced on July 14 that Windows 365 Cloud PC will be available for users from August 2, next month.

The new subscription feature will allow users to stream their windows from any device including their personalized apps, content, and settings.

According to the official website, “Windows 365 combines the power and security of the cloud with the versatility and simplicity of the PC. From contractors and interns to software developers and industrial designers, Windows 365 enables a variety of new scenarios for the new world of work.”

Martin Joy, Government of Nunavut noted, “From our standpoint, the simplicity of Windows 365 is amazing. There are a lot of good things about its management and security. Windows 365 was a product we didn’t know we needed until we saw it and used it.”

The announcement took place during the Inspire conference held on Wednesday. This newly dropped subscription feature is going to help make the setup easier for big companies. Furthermore, employees can work in a more productive way than before and this will also reduce the additional cost of the IT department. Moreover, Installing software and hardware in each system individually won’t be required anymore.

People have adopted digital work in many industries and the demand for cloud-based solutions is arising rapidly. It seems pandemic has influenced this decision. However, the new feature will be available in two different versions: Windows 365 Business and Windows 365 Enterprise. The price will depend on per user, monthly basis, and also depends on the size of installation required.

For more updates, keep watching this space.

Microsoft Launches Windows 365 Subscription Allowing Users To Stream Windows 11 Anywhere

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