In Microsoft’s presentation of Windows 11, all eyes were focused on the new features of the new operating system, including the possibility of using Android applications. A presentation focused on Windows 11 that however made no mention of Cloud PC, the alternative in the cloud from Redmond, which now sees its first image leaked.
Cloud PC, which is the name we can give it for now in the absence of an official one, is a Windows 10 in the cloud. An operating system running on Windows Virtual Desktop would be like using a PC but remotely. It would be something similar to what Google Stadia or Microsoft xCloud is to consoles.
Cloud PC will bring Windows 10 in the cloud
However, on May 24 we were left wanting to know more details about Microsoft Cloud PC. But the first image of what may be Microsoft Cloud PC is leaked.
It is a promotional image of the interface that Cloud PC would use, a system that has the codename Deschutes. An image that shows a picture of the design that could offer Microsoft’s cloud-based Windows.
A possibility that was expected for the June 24 event but now seems to be reserved for the “Microsoft Inspire” that is scheduled from July 14 to 15. That would be the time chosen by Microsoft to present Cloud PC, something that suggests its focus on enterprises.
The launch is not too far off, or so it seems that Cloud PC already has a support website, although at the moment it is practically blank and without entries.
— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) June 24, 2021
A cloud system that apparently and according to what has been seen since it came to light weeks ago, could require 4GB of RAM at least with an idea of 8GB and two or three CPUs and 96GB of SSD.