Our Mac, iPad and iPhone changed the way we live. All this goodness is packed inside a single operating system, and it played a vital role in this tech-driven world.
What exactly is an Operating System?
Well, it is simply the system that communicates with your device. So, for example, when you open your iPhone’s camera, you see it as simply tapping the camera icon. But what the operating system does is it sends lines of instructions to your iPhone and says, “hey camera, you are tapped, open yourself”.
macOS, IOS, Windows, Linux, Android are some of the most popular desktop and mobile Operating Systems today. Without them, your device will just be a simple hardware block. However, there is one thing that we users are hindered from.
We are hindered and locked to a single device. If you want IOS, you need to use an iPhone, and if you’re going to use an Android, you need to switch to another brand of smartphone.
When you talk about Apple devices, there is no way of running Windows on them. But would it be great if you are using your iPad and your interface is Windows? I think most of us would love this, right?
Windows on iPad?
Lo and behold! Running Windows on an iPad is now possible, and this can be done through Windows 365. This new cloud technology from Microsoft lets you run Windows 10 or 11 using your Safari browser, and Microsoft claims that it will give you a “full windows experience”.
Since it can run Windows using your Safari, you don’t need an app to use Windows 365 on your iPad. This will give you a seamless Windows experience over your iPad with ease.
For now, Windows 365 is only available for business and enterprise consumers. Their starter plans start at $20 a month, giving you a basic virtual PC spec with 64 GB storage and 12 GB of outbound data.
Check pricing here: Windows 365
This technology will surely come in handy in terms of cross-platforms. The ability to use different operating systems on a single device will surely give us many benefits and fun from not getting locked into a single operating system.
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