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Windows 11’s Potential Subscription-Based Cloud Future Revealed by FTC

With so many cloud-enabled services that let you stream music, movies, and even games from almost any device (or browser), why can’t your operating system do the same? We have already begun this effort with our virtual machine product, Windows 365.

With Windows 365, each user is given their own custom Windows virtual machine hosted on the Windows 365 service. As a cloud-based service, each Windows virtual machine can be accessed using a web browser or apps on Windows and Mac devices. Support for iOS/iPadOS and Android devices gives you even more flexibility.

So what if Microsoft extended the functionality it currently charges businesses on a per-user, per-month basis to the general public? That’s exactly what the Redmond, Washington-based company envisions, according to internal documents. Thing. [PDF] Published thanks to FTC vs. Microsoft A public hearing is now being held. While the lawsuit revolves around the FTC’s attempt to block Microsoft’s proposed $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision-Blizzard, it also revealed ancillary details about the company’s business units.

(Image credit: FTC)

As originally reported, The Verge, an internal Microsoft presentation titled “Strategy and Priorities for Modern Life” talks about the company’s ambition to “help people make the most of their time.” Microsoft also talks about its goal of serving more than 1.5 billion people every day across its software his platform.

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