Back in July, it was reported that Microsoft was developing a new service called CloudPC. This service is based on Windows Virtual Desktop and provides Users with Desktop as a Service. At the heart of this service is a modern, resilient, and cloud-based Windows experience for enterprise users, while keeping organizations up-to-date in a simpler, scalable way. End users can access their work apps and programs on any device.
Today, some details about this service are revealed online:
Microsoft CloudPC internal code-named Project Deschutes
The Microsoft CloudPC cloudpc.microsoft.com can be accessed online through the website.
Once cloudPC settings are complete, users can access the cloud desktop through the Microsoft Remote Desktop app on Windows 10, macOS, iOS, and Android devices
Microsoft currently plans to offer CloudPC in three configurations
2 vCPU 4GB RAM 96GB SSD (general usage requirements for cost and flexibility requirements)
2 vCPU 8GB RAM 96GB SSD (advanced computing for performance and speed requirements)
8 GB RAM, 3 vCPU, 40 GB SSD (graphics optimized for stability and data processing)