Windows 11 Doesn’t Need Expensive New Hardware To Operate – Here’s Why?

With Windows 365, you can run a Windows 11 desktop in the cloud.

Microsoft has announced that all customers of Windows 365, the company’s new virtualization service, may now access cloud-based PCs running Windows 11.

Virtual Windows 11 PCs were made available to Windows 365 Enterprise users during the company’s annual Ignite conference in October (with more than 300 deployments). However, Microsoft revealed in a recent blog post that Windows 365 Business subscribers may now create Windows 11 PCs as well.

The severe Windows 11 system requirements will be satisfied instead by a virtual TPM (vTPM) chip integrated into Windows 365 itself, according to Microsoft. Devices hosting cloud PCs will not be needed to comply with the strict Windows 11 system requirements.

All virtual desktop configurations with at least 2 vCPUs and 4GB of RAM, of which there are eleven in total, now support Windows 11. The smallest plan, with two virtual CPUs, four gigabytes of RAM, and 64 gigabytes of cloud storage, costs $28.00/£23.90 per month and might be a good fit for a small firm (or even an individual) that is hesitant to invest in new hardware right away.

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Cloud PCs with Windows 11

In the summer, Microsoft announced Windows 365, offering users “a new way to enjoy Windows 10 or Windows 11.”

Users may stream a Windows desktop to any of their devices from any place using the virtualization service, thereby converting the host computer into a thin client. Instead of hosting the operating system and programmes locally, which consumes both storage and compute resources, Windows 365 allows users to stream their apps, data, and settings to any device they own, even those running macOS, Linux, or Android.

According to Microsoft, the service provides a slew of new cost, administrative, and productivity options for enterprises. While no consumer-oriented use cases have been revealed, we wouldn’t be shocked if one is on the way.

Customers will now be able to take advantage of the updates available with the new Microsoft OS, as well as the flexibility given by the PC-as-a-service model, despite the fact that Windows 365 didn’t support Windows 11 cloud PCs at launch.

Administrators may update current Windows 10-based installations by altering the gallery image in Microsoft Endpoint Manager and initiating a reprovision, in addition to deploying brand new Windows 11 cloud PCs.

Administrators may use the Work from anywhere dashboard in Endpoint Analytics to see whether current cloud PC installations are compatible with Windows 11.

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