Microsoft he said that its customers can run Windows 11 as a preview on the Azure Virtual Desktop. Azure Virtual Desktop lets users run virtual Windows in the cloud, allowing them to connect to them from almost anywhere.
Simply put, you can access your computer files and applications remotely, not just from the office.
Microsoft reports some performance, security, and usability improvements, along with new proprietary features such as multi-session support, Trusted Launch that uses TPM 2.0, and Secure Boot through the VM.
If you did not understand, it is now possible for many users to work on a single virtual machine.
The company also said that to get the visual enhancements of Windows 11, such as rounded corners and rich animations, the VM setup should include a GPU that supports them.
There are currently three preview packages:
- Windows 11 Enterprise,
- Windows 11 Enterprise multi-session,
- Windows 11 Enterprise multi-session + Microsoft 365 Apps.
Any of the above requires you to be registered with Windows Insider to access or purchase any of the packages from Azure Marketplace.