'Significant demand' prompts Microsoft to suspend free trials of Windows 365

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Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington | Credit: Microsoft
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Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington | Credit: Microsoft

Decision marks an about-turn from the vendor since the offering launched on Monday

Microsoft has halted free trials for Windows 365 following its launch earlier this week, telling customers it has reached capacity due to "significant demand". People looking to buy a Windows 365 plan will still be able to, however, while those interested in a free trial can sign up to receive a notification for when they resume. In a tweet, Microsoft's Windows 365 director of program management, Scott Manchester, said: "We have seen an unbelievable response to Windows 365 and need to pause...

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