Awesome! You can run Windows 11 on Apple iPhones, Android, iPads, Macs soon! But is it for you?
Yes, you read that right. Microsoft Windows 11 can be run on Apple iPhones, Google Android, iPads, Macs very soon.
Is it not amazing? Being able to run Microsoft Windows 11 OS on an Apple iPhone, iPad, Macs or even Google Android smartphones! Well yes, you can actually do it, but there is a catch. After launching Windows 11 last month to resounding success as can be seen from the way it is being downloaded, Microsoft today launched a new service that will enable PC users to stream all the information including apps, data and even settings from their personal computers to other devices. The newly launched service is called Windows 365 and it enables Windows 10 and Windows 11 users to stream their entire Windows experience to their Android and iOS-powered devices. Simply said, with Windows 365, users will be able to stream content from their personal computers to their smartphones, tablets and iPads. Microsoft Windows 11 on iPhone? Now, how will that feel?
What is Windows 365: Microsoft, in a blog post, explained that its newly launched service, Windows 365, creates a new hybrid personal computing category called Cloud PC that uses both the power of the cloud and the capabilities of the device to provide a full, personalised Windows experience.
“With instant-on boot to their personal Cloud PC, users can stream all their applications, tools, data and settings from the cloud across any device. Windows 365 provides the full PC experience in the cloud. The cloud also provides versatility in processing power and storage, enabling IT to scale up or down, based on their needs. With a choice of either Windows 10 or Windows 11,” Microsoft wrote.
What is Windows 365 price? It is worth noting that while Microsoft’s newly announced service is aimed at small, medium and large businesses, individual users can purchase it on a per-user-basis per month. Windows 365 will be available to businesses of all sizes starting on August 2, 2021. Microsoft hasn’t announced the pricing for this service yet.