How to download the Windows 8 update to cloud slays and red clouds?
Microsoft today released an update for Windows 8 that enables cloud-based applications to run on Azure and other cloud services.
The Windows 8.1 update is available now as a download for all users who have installed the latest Windows 8 upgrade, or who have previously downloaded the previous version of Windows.
The new update enables Microsoft Cloud to run applications that run on Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2020 as well as Windows 8 on Azure.
The updates are available through Microsoft’s Windows Azure Marketplace, which includes a new “Windows Cloud” section that includes Azure Marketplace features and Microsoft Cloud apps.
Microsoft’s cloud services are Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Azure Compute, and Microsoft Data Center.
“This update provides support for Windows Azure, as well and for Microsoft Cloud in Windows 8 and 8.
1,” the company said in a blog post.
“Windows Azure support includes Microsoft Azure Services (e.g. File Services, Azure Data Catalog, and Azure AD Connect) and other support for Microsoft Azure on Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows Server, and Windows Phone 8.”
Microsoft also released a video demonstrating how to download and install the update.
“The Azure Cloud API provides support and configuration for Azure workloads that run across Windows 8,” Microsoft said in the video.
“To use this API, you need to be an Azure member and have an Azure account, and you need a Microsoft Azure license.
Windows 8 customers can download the new Windows 8 Cloud app for free on the Windows Azure marketplace, and it is available in the Windows Store.”
Microsoft said it is also providing the update for customers who have a Windows 8 Enterprise license that has been upgraded to Windows 8 Ultimate.
Microsoft said that customers who are still running Windows 7 or earlier should update to Windows 7 Ultimate and continue to be able to run Microsoft Cloud applications.