Microsoft today made a flurry of announcements about new features in Windows 11 and other apps and services, saying the tweaks are designed to better support hybrid work environments.
The announcements, most of which appear to be incremental upgrades, came as part of the company’s “Windows Powers the Future of Hybrid Work” virtual event.
The most noteworthy change will deliver tighter integration between Windows 11 and Windows 365, Microsoft’s cloud-based PC virtualization service. Referred to by some as “desktop as a service” (DaaS), Microsoft calls Windows 365 its “Cloud PC” — as in, users get a full Windows experience that can replace the Windows desktop on a PC.
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