Microsoft regularly updates Windows 10 with several new features and bug fixes. For quite a while, the company was working on a solution that will let users gain access to their Desktop from anywhere in the world using the Windows 10 Cloud PC feature.
Like TeamViewer and other similar solutions, users will be able to take control of their Desktops from any PC. Called the Cloud PC service, the feature might make its way on Windows 10 sometime in June or July this year. According to several sources, the company’s Cloud PC innovation project called Project Deschutes is still under development.
It is rumored that the Cloud PC service feature may be powered by the company’s own Azure platform. When this comes out, people will be able to access all of their preinstalled software from any PC at any time.
What is Windows 10 Cloud PC?
According to a report by Express UK, the Windows 10 Cloud PC will be a part of the Microsoft 365 package. What it means is that users who want to make use of the service will have to pay for the subscription in order to access the new feature.
Some rumors about Microsoft offering different options for subscription-based on RAM, CPU, and storage configurations have also surfaced on the internet.
The Cloud PC service allows all users to be productive from anywhere, on any device with a cloud-powered, secure, and always up-to-date Windows experience. It also seamlessly allows endpoint managers to instantly provision cloud-hosted PCs and manage physical and virtual devices through a unified portal and a fixed and predictable price.– Microsoft
This new Windows 10 Cloud PC feature will surely come in handy for all corporates and businesses out there. It will enable them to cut out on some hardware costs and even lessen the burden on admins.
Some sources suggest that Microsoft might launch the Cloud PC service during the Microsoft Build Conference that will be happening on May 5. However, the tech giant hasn’t revealed the release date of the Windows 10 Cloud PC service, so all that Windows fans can do is wait to find out when it will come out.