Microsoft began testing cloud service of virtual desktops Cloud PC

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Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:47 pm

Microsoft began testing cloud service of virtual desktops Cloud PC

Earlier this month, it became known that Microsoft is working on a new cloud service for virtual desktops, Cloud PC. With its help, users will be able to connect to virtual desktops with Windows 10 and access applications from different devices. It looks like the launch of this service is getting closer, as there have been reports that Microsoft has begun active testing of the Cloud PC service.

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The source says that new Microsoft support documents have found references that Microsoft has begun testing the Cloud PC service and possibly several related services. The documentation confirms that the Cloud PC service is indeed in development and Microsoft will gradually add APIs to the Microsoft Graph developer platform.

The message also notes that users will be able to interact with the new service within different tariff plans. It is assumed that the standard plan will allow you to use a virtual desktop with Windows 10, two vCPUs, 4 GB of RAM, and a 96 GB SSD-drive. A more advanced option involves the use of a virtual desktop with three vCPUs, 8 GB of RAM, and 96 GB of ROM.

One of the features of the Cloud PC service is that users can interact with it from any device that has Microsoft Remote Desktop installed. The service is still at the development stage, but we can assume that more information about it will appear soon.

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