IT House October 6 News In August, Microsoft said Windows 365 would be fully rolled out. Microsoft announced today that enterprise users can now create Windows 11 cloud PCs through Windows 365 Enterprise.
Windows 365 allows you to transfer the entire Windows experience, including all applications, data, and settings, to a personal or corporate device. Windows 365 is a PC running on Microsoft's cloud that allows users to experience instant startup on any device, including Windows, Mac, iPad, and Android.
Starting October 5, 2021, when you configure a cloud PC, you can choose Windows 11 or Windows 10 as the desired operating system.
It's worth noting that Microsoft's cloud PC size and configuration options haven't changed. That's why Windows 11 is supported only if a cloud PC that meets 2vCP/4GB and later is supported, so windows 11 is selected as the operating system only when the cloud PC virtual hardware configuration is supported.
IT House learned that Microsoft also offers a brand new wallpaper for this that you can sign in to your Windows 11 Cloud PC to view, consistent with the modern working features of Windows 11.
Microsoft has not yet confirmed support for Windows 365 For Business, saying only that it will release full Win11 support for Windows 365 Business for small and medium-sized businesses in the coming weeks, as well as a new administrator and management experience for Windows 10 or 11.
As part of the service, Windows 365 manages the capacity and availability of the underlying Azure resources. Windows 365 works closely with Azure, and the regions where Azure regions currently create virtual networks and provision cloud PCs include:
Eastern United States
West US 2
South Central United States
Asia Southeast Asia
The south of England
East of Japan