Microsoft CEO and co-founder Satya Kline has been talking a lot about how Microsoft will soon begin using a cloud service called Azure.
Now, the company has revealed that it will soon be bringing its Azure service to Windows 10 users as well.
In an email to Windows Insiders, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 10 will soon start using the Azure cloud services, and it is expected to be available in the first half of 2019.
It says that it expects Azure will allow Windows 10 to run on the same hardware, hardware types, and devices as Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.
Microsoft also says that Microsoft will not be introducing any new Azure-specific features or new versions of Azure for Windows 10.
Instead, Microsoft will be providing a service that is the equivalent of an Enterprise Cloud Service for Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019.
The Enterprise Cloud service is used by the enterprise-grade enterprise solutions like Salesforce and Google, as well as the smaller, more enterprise-oriented offerings like Microsoft’s Office 365.
As for what Windows 10 customers will be able to use, Microsoft says that customers will have access to the following:Windows Server 2019 and Windows 8 Pro and Enterprise Server 2019Azure Active Directory and Azure AD CloudServicesAzure Data Protection and Azure Identity and AccessAzure Resource ManagementAzure Roles and PoliciesAzure Identity Services and Azure SecurityCenter and Azure SQLAzure Storage and AvailabilityAzure Video and audio recordingAzure Web and Windows StoreAzure SQL Azure IoT Platform (Azure IoT Platform)Azure Cloud Services, Azure Data Protection, Azure Identity Services, and Azure Resource ManagementThe list of Windows 10 features and improvements that Microsoft is bringing to Azure could be a long one.
But for now, the new service is expected be the equivalent to the one Microsoft rolled out to Windows 7 and Windows 2008.
Microsoft’s first attempt to bring its cloud services to Windows 8 was rolled out in the early months of 2012, and Microsoft continued to add features and features after that.