The virtual machine can run Microsoft’s latest Office software suite.
The machine will run Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and PowerPoint Classic.
If you’ve never tried a virtual desktop before, you can sign up for a free trial for Office 2016 here.
Microsoft Office 2016 will be released on June 16, but it won’t be available for download until June 27.
Microsoft says that the Office 2016 installation will take anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours, depending on your internet connection and CPU.
If you’re on a fast connection, you’ll be able to access Office 2016 on your Windows 10 machine in less than an hour.
The Office 2016 virtual machine is powered by the Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization platform, which has the potential to be a very powerful solution for cloud computing.