The choice of Windows 11 is now possible with Windows 365 PC Cloud subscriptions.
When Microsoft launched its Windows 365 PC Cloud service in July, Microsoft did not yet offer the Windows 11 option. It has, since companies that subscribe to Windows 365 can now choose to work with Windows 11 Note that the Windows 365 PC Cloud offer is always reserved for professional use. It is also worth noting that the publisher did not specify that Windows 11 would run on compatible hardware, even in the cloud. The vendor only says that the Windows 11 version of Windows 365 will run on what Microsoft calls a Virtual Trusted Platform Module or Trusted Platform Module. This virtual TPM, along with the Windows 11 option, is “immediately available,” as Microsoft said yesterday at the Ignite 2021 conference.
We can compare the operation of Windows 365 to that of Netflix or many other applications hosted in the cloud. For example, Netflix allows you to fast forward the video stream, and the responsible streaming server will adjust the stream accordingly. In the case of Windows 365, the service allows typing on a keyboard or clicking on a mouse, and these interactions are also sent to the cloud. In this case, Microsoft has made some tweaks: Improvements to windows365.microsoft.com allow users to change settings for local resources like printers, microphones, and keyboards on demand, as the vendor explained. . Microsoft has also made some improvements to Microsoft Teams and Office. “A change allows IT administrators to immediately remove a user’s access, without having to wait the seven days normally required,” Microsoft said.
During the launch of Windows 365 this summer, Microsoft announced the upcoming arrival of Windows 11. The supplier continues to claim that with Windows 365, you can leave your PC at home and work on any device in case needed, including a Mac, iPad, Android or Linux device. Microsoft hasn’t announced any changes to some of Windows 365’s quirks, like capping outbound data and no downgrading of its virtual hardware. Yesterday, also at the Ignite 2021 event, Microsoft also highlighted the addition of Windows feature update planning and deployment to Intune, its cloud-based mobile app and device management service. for the company.