While from Apple, they claim that iPadOS and macOS will not converge at some point, the company’s moves point in another direction or at least that’s what most users think if we’d like to see it, because by power it isn’t, being the iPad Pro with the M1 processor the clearest example.
At Apple They didn’t just reveal what they wanted to do with the iPad Pro, Microsoft introduced Windows 365. Windows 365 allows users to use a full version of Windows through a browser, so it will be compatible with every device and operating system with browser access: iPad, Mac, iPhone, Android devices , Linux …
In this way, everything IPad users who want to enjoy a desktop operating system on their device, they will be able to do this through Windows 365. This feature will officially launch on August 2 and will only be available to businesses for now, although it will eventually also be available to home users.
Windows 365 will work through a monthly subscription, which will likely be priced similar (in its base configuration to Microsoft 365, the old Office 365). Microsoft will let you choose both the amount of RAM, as well as the storage space and the number of processor cores your virtual version of Windows will run on.
By working through a browser, we will be able to quickly change devices continue work where we left off. Microsoft says it has taken steps to keep PCs secure in the cloud using the Zero Trust architecture. It goes without saying that all stored traffic and data is obviously encrypted.
Windows 365 was built on its Azure Virtual Desktop platform, which allows enterprise administrators to fully monitor the PCs that are part of the organization, although everything seems to indicate that system administrators they will have a lot more free time.
Mac users They can also enjoy Windows 365 without having to install a copy of Windows through Boot Camp or using Parallels. You could consider Windows 365 to be the same as the same company’s cloud-based video game platform and allow us to use it on any platform through a browser.