Earlier this year, Microsoft accidentally posted recruiting information that showed they were working on a project called ” Cloud PC “. At that time, it was said that this would be a service that allows users to experience Windows on the cloud platform connected through their computers. Today, one of the users, WalkingCat, continues to provide more information about this service.
Specifically, a screenshot posted on Twitter by the aforementioned walking cat shows the words “Welcome to CMD IWP … Access your work apps and programs online, from any device” “Welcome to CMD IWP … Access to your applications and work online from any device ”
Next is to add another screenshot with the words “Choose your device to download Microsoft Remote Desktop”, choose to download corresponding to the platform’s users are using, including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.
So from the two applications above can be seen that Microsoft’s virtual computer service in the cloud will allow users to access and work from any device, including desktop, laptop, MacBook, and phone.
Microsoft has yet to comment on Cloud PC, but WalkingCat also discovered a connected domain name cloudpc.microsoft.com and deschutes.microsoft.com and also pointed out that this service will have 3 levels corresponding to the needs of the user, from Medium, Heavy to Advanced. In particular, the Medium level will have a virtual machine with 2 CPU cores, 4GB of RAM, and 96GB SSD. The heavy grade will have 2 CPU cores, 8GB RAM, and 96GB SSD, finally the professional-grade with 3 cores virtual CPU, 8GB RAM, and 40GB SSD.