The day has finally come: Microsoft Windows 365 Cloud PC is now generally available and…
“Oh my God, Steven! Have you seen how much it costs!?”
Yes, I have. Here’s what….
“It’s so expensive!”
Actually, it’s not. And before you interrupt me again, let me explain what’s going on with Windows 365.
First, as promised, Microsoft this week published Windows 365 pricing. It starts at $20 per user, per month for the lowest-end SKU. With that, you get a single vCPU (Virtual CPU) running on the Azure Cloud, 2GB of RAM, and 64GB of OneDrive cloud storage. Prices rise from there, depending on configuration, up to $163 per user, per month. That gets you 8 vCPUs, 32GB of RAM, and 512GB of OneDrive storage.