Windows 10 Cloud PC upgrade support page goes live ahead of launch

Microsoft is said to be working on a new project called “Cloud
PC” which could finally make “PC as a service” offering a
reality. Based on Windows 10 and built on top of Windows
Virtual Desktop, Cloud PC provides a cloud-based remote Windows
10 desktop experience that can be accessed from anywhere.

In numerous job listings, Microsoft has described “Cloud PC” as
a strategic and new offering that provides a “modern, elastic,
cloud-based” experience. Unlike other services, Cloud PC will
be secure and always updated, but it won’t be free, at least
for now. As per leaked documentation, Microsoft will offer
several “service plans” for Cloud PC.

According to reports, Microsoft’s new Cloud PC service will
become available for interested users in the summer. Ahead of
the launch, the support
page of the upcoming Microsoft’s feature is already live on
the company’s website. The support page titled
“microsoft-graph-cloud-pc” was published in April and spotted
by us earlier today.

Cloud PC

The support document confirms that Cloud PC will be using
Microsoft Graph which
matches the information obtained from the job listings and
other documentation.

Microsoft has created this new support page to answer
“technical questions about the cloud PC APIs in Microsoft

For those unaware, the Microsoft Graph APIs are used by
Microsoft and developers to connect their services to Office,
Windows and other products. Microsoft Graph integration would
be important for a project like Cloud PC, which is said to be
cloud-based and part of the company’s cross-platform offering.

Unlike traditional remote desktop experience, Cloud PC brings
your Windows 10 desktop to the cloud and it is managed by

The company will distribute its operating system and apps over
the cloud, and Microsoft will also take care of the general
Windows Updates.

As mentioned at the outset, Cloud PC would be a paid service
and Microsoft will offer several plans. For example, customers
can choose between medium, heavy and advanced configurations.

The medium configuration will include 4GB of RAM and the heavy
configuration will be powered by 8GB of RAM with at least 2
vCPUs. Both configurations will also have 96GB of SSD storage.
Users can upgrade to the advanced configuration which includes
3 vCPUs and 8GB of RAM.

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