Microsoft Release Windows 365 For business users this morning, its flagship operating system was widely available as a subscription for the first time.
This is an important step towards Microsoft’s “Cloud PC” vision. Enterprise customers will be able to use the service to stream Windows 10 and later versions of Windows 11 to any device, including Mac, iPad, Linux and Android.
Prices will vary From US$20/month per user to US$162/month per user, depending on the size of the business and the selected technology configuration, including the number of storage, memory, and virtual processors.
In recent years, some of the company’s businesses have grown significantly, and these businesses have shifted to cloud and subscription-based pricing, including Office 365 and Azure cloud platforms. The revenue of the company’s Windows division has not grown at the same rate.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced Windows 365 at the company’s Ignite Partner Conference last month.