Exclusive Access: Microsoft’s Innovative App Brings Windows to Chromebooks and Macs

The Chromebook laptop has gained popularity in recent years, especially in education. However, one downside is that they run on ChromeOS instead of Windows, which may be a dealbreaker for many users. In a recent blog post, Microsoft announced Windows App, a service that allows users to access Windows devices and apps on various platforms, including Chromebooks and Macs. This new app essentially enables users to stream a copy of Windows running on one PC to other devices. To access Windows App, users will need the latest version of Windows 365, which is becoming the new app. It is currently only available to users with a business or school account, with a full rollout expected in the future. This has raised questions about whether this is the first step in bringing Windows fully into the cloud.