Windows 365, Microsoft’s cloud PC setup that lets organizations stream Windows 10 or Windows 11 via a web browser, became available today. It’s one method for businesses to promote hybrid and remote work, as stated earlier this spring, by providing an instant-on PC experience that works across many devices.
Following the announcement, Microsoft released one pricing option for a cloud PC instance with the equivalent of two CPUs, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage for $31 per month per user. Now that it’s live, the full Windows 365 pricing website exposes more options, including business (300 seats or less) and enterprise subscriptions.
With the $4 savings, a “Premium” plan with four vCPUs, 16GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage costs $66 per month, and according to Microsoft’s FAQ, users can upgrade if they run into projects that demand more processing power. The most powerful bundle, which includes eight vCPUs, 32GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage, costs $158 per month (discounted).