In one day, Windows 365 reached its peak capacity

Microsoft was forced to discontinue the free trial, so much interest in the cloud PC.

It will take a few more years for Google Stadia, GeForce NOW, Amazon Luna and other cloud-based services to become truly widespread, but we are moving towards a future where for many, using remote, leased PCs may be the best option. Microsoft launched Windows 365 this week, which allows us to rent a PC available from the cloud and then use a Windows 10 or 11 machine from a browser.

Well, there is so much interest in him that he has managed to reach the maximum load, and the possibility of a free trial is temporarily suspended while they try to increase capacity.

Windows 365 was launched on Monday and is currently only available to enterprise customers. The paid version costs a minimum of $ 20 per user per month, so in return, a machine with legal Windows 10 can access a machine with vCPU, 2GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.

Anyone who needs more (say, eight vCPUs, 32GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage) should already be spending $ 158 a month, but that’s the peak, there are still levels.

Even during the break can be registeredand if the capacity is increased, the gates will reopen.

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