Recently, Microsoft launched Windows 365 Cloud-based virtual desktop that lets the enterprise use Windows 10 Cloud PCs on the cloud. The free trial of the service was going on, but unfortunately, the free servers ran out of capacity, and the company pauses the free trials of Windows 365.
Windows 365 Runs Out of Free Trial Servers
The Cloud PCs come in different hardware configurations depending on CPU, memory, and storage. Microsoft offers free trials for two months to get a 2vCPU/4GB RAM/128GB storage, 2 vCPU/8 RAM/128 storage, or 4 vCPU/16 RAM/128 storage Cloud PC.
Now, if you try to use the free trial server of Windows 365, you will see the error message as shown below:
The new of stopping free trial program is confirmed on Twitter by the director of Program Management, Scott Manchester,
We have seen unbelievable response to #Windows365 and need to pause our free trial program while we provision additional capacity. Sign up below to get notified when trials resume. https://t.co/Q05C7cBWMh
— Scott Manchester (@RDS4U) August 3, 2021
It is not known yet, whether the company will bring back a free trial for Windows 365 or not. However, if you want to use it, then you can sign up for Windows 365 and can be notified once the free trials are available.
Microsoft has revealed one pricing option of $31/month for one user to access a cloud PC with two CPUs, 4GB RAM, and 128GB storage.
In the Windows 10 Professional license, the cheapest setup starts at $20 per user for a month, and without the license, it is $24.
A premium package costs $66 per month with four vCPUs, 16GB RAM, 128GB storage. The users can upgrade it if they want more power.