Microsoft unveils ‘Cloud PC’ Windows 365 introductory video
Mark Hachman | PCWorld
Windows 365 is a virtualization of Windows PCs for deployment to employees in businesses. Exactly like a cloud gaming service. It is a form of selecting a local device such as an iPad or Android smartphone and controlling the PC remotely from the cloud.
Microsoft explains in detail how it works in the next video. Starting at 5:14, I will demonstrate how to start a Windows PC for the first time. First install Windows 10, then install Windows 11.
According to Scott Manchester, Microsoft Windows 365 product manager, users windows365.microsoft.com, open a window in full-screen browser on a Windows or Linux PC, iOS or Android device, and then open a cloud-based virtual Windows PC. In the video, Manchester admits that the virtual PC uses far more CPU and memory resources than the device users access to cloud windows.
Internet speed is also important. Working in the cloud means that data moves from cloud to cloud and from the internet to cloud PCs. According to Manchester, gigabit per second bandwidth is effective. On the other hand, when accessing the cloud via local Wi-Fi or private Internet, a speed of 27Mbps is required.
Cloud PCs can access their own networks without a VPN. Manchester explains that using Windows 365 provides the same experience as being in the office.
Even when PC performance needs to be higher, an organization’s IT administrator can allocate more resources to cloud PCs with a single click. Microsoft will provide an automation tool that automatically detects when a user’s cloud PC is slow or needs more resources.
The key point of today’s announcement is that future enterprise PCs can be in a format that users can access cloud PC services from a variety of devices and IT administrators can easily configure them. As long as your subscription doesn’t expire (which is your biggest blind spot), you’ll be able to access your PC and data from anywhere in the world. [email protected]
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