Microsoft Cloud PC will be released in July 2021 and will cost USD 59 a month, allowing you to use the premium services online.
We can now access different files through several devices and sync them up thanks to cloud services. It can be beneficial if you want to open files, but what if you need access to the software? You cannot gain access to every software through different platforms, but they may have limited functions if you do.
It has been rumored that Microsoft will be developing a cloud PC. Microsoft apparently wants to solve the problem with its cloud PC, which will launch this summer, as claimed by a report through Digital Phablet.
With the help of this Azure-powered service, customers can use office and other different types of software and can also access a remote windows desktop like they were on a PC. Still, it can be done via devices and platforms of mobile phones and tablets or smartphones.
There is no need for a costly and powered computer to run a cloud computing web-based application, a quantitative financial advantage. There will not be any need for hard disk space or processing power as demanded by other desktop software because the application does not run on the PC desktop; instead, it runs in the cloud.
It is said that Microsoft will be planning to offer its service of Cloud PC under the Microsoft 365 experience at a flat per-user price, unlike windows virtual desktop. Which price depends on how much you consume. Depending on your needs, Microsoft will be selling the subscription at different levels.
It could be beneficial for devices like the Mac M1 of Apple computers where Mac users could easily access this Cloud PC to function apps. We will be provided with more details in these upcoming months if the rumors are true in any case. It is an exciting approach, and it can be beneficial for many people.