Rumor has it that Microsoft is secretly developing a service called cloudpc to provide Win32 applications on Windows 10x devices. “Cloudpc” first appeared in LinkedIn’s job information, with no other confirmation. However, in the recent exposure of new information, confirmed that cloudpc is currently in development. This service is based on Windows virtual desktop and provides users with desktop as a service. The core of the service is to provide enterprise users with a modern, flexible and cloud based windows experience, and to keep institutions up-to-date in a simpler and scalable way. End users can access their working applications and programs on any device. < / P > < p > in the latest support documents, Microsoft unexpectedly admitted that it was developing cloudpc. This is the first time we have seen Microsoft publicly mention “cloud PC” on its own platform. However, Microsoft only declared “cloud PC Security benchmark template”. < / P > < p > the supporting document was launched last week, but Microsoft’s reference to the mysterious service did not attract attention. Cloudpc means that your Windows 10 system can be stored in the cloud, so you can access it remotely from anywhere. As mentioned above, this feature is enterprise specific, but windows 10x will use the same technology to transport and run Win32 applications on Microsoft’s cloud services. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone