Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella confirmed at a media event earlier this week that Microsoft will soon release a subscription service to Microsoft 365 for users, following reports that such a move is in the pipeline. The Microsoft 365 is not entirely new, as it is available to business users from 2017 onwards. The new product is targeted at commercial users who may already have access to a computer. , provided you have a valid license. Perhaps Office 365 users have computers running Windows 10 or MacOS; therefore, they already have an operating system. In other words, at this time it is unclear what the Microsoft 365 package will have to offer, and Nadella has not developed it.
"I think of Microsoft 365 as a two-way market," said Nadela, according to The Border . "What we do with Office 365 or what we will soon be talking about as a Microsoft 365 user subscription will be a completely new consumer business."
A logical assumption is that Microsoft 365 covers all the software solutions Microsoft users will need, with a special focus on the owners of Windows 1
As I said, most Office 365 users already have computers, including Windows 10 machines. Although some people may want to build their own desktops and purchase Windows 10 separately, most users are likely to get their Windows 10 licenses by purchasing new hardware. Microsoft may also include game-related services in the Microsoft 365 package. Ultimately, if Microsoft 365, it should cover all Microsoft products. But that's also speculation from your real ones. Microsoft already has hardware programs, including Surface All Access and Xbox All Access, which should make it more affordable for users to buy new Microsoft hardware.