Microsoft is currently experimenting with three different configurations for the Cloud PC service:
- Medium tier: 2 vCPUs, 4GB of RAM and 96GB of SSD memory
- Heavy tier: 2 vCPUs, 8GB of RAM and 96GB of SSD memory
- Advanced tier: 3 vCPUs, 8GB of RAM and 40GB of SSD memory
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From the source code of the Cloud PC dashboard, Microsoft considers this service in beta and is likely being used in preview by a small group of companies.
The sources suggest how the virtualization service could be finalized or made available in public preview by the spring of 2021, approximately between March and June.
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