Microsoft has unveiled a new Cloud service which will allow Mac users to use Windows on a Mac in the Cloud.
Windows 365 will allow users on other devices such as Macs and iPads to use Windows 10 online. The service will be rolled out to businesses of any size on August 2nd of this year although a general release to the public has not been announced yet.
Windows 365 will give users access to a cloud PC which they can then customize with the amount of RAM (up to 16GB) and storage needed.
You will be able to close down the Cloud version of Windows and pick-up where you left off when you reboot it again much as in the same way as in virtual machines like Parallels.
Initially Windows 365 will only support Windows 10 but it will eventually be possible to upgrade to Windows 11 giving Mac users an easy way to use Windows 11 on a Mac.
Windows 365 will provide another option to use Windows on a Mac although the fact that it’s all Cloud based may raise some security concerns for businesses.
At the moment, pricing for Windows 365 is not clear either but you can read more on the full Windows 365 announcement here.