Microsoft is offering a free cloud service that allows people to host their own personal computers remotely without worrying about security and privacy concerns.
The cloud service, called “The Cloud for All,” lets people host their personal computers on their personal cloud and access their files on a server located in their home.
It will also let them store their own photos and music on cloud storage.
The service is offered as a free trial, and is available in the Microsoft Windows Azure cloud for personal use.
The company has said the service will be rolled out to other Microsoft cloud customers as the company develops new products.
The Microsoft Cloud for Everyone service is available through Microsoft’s Windows Azure portal.
It is free to use and requires no registration.
It is available for Windows Azure, Windows 10, and Windows Server.
The service requires a minimum of 1 GB of storage space.
The Windows Azure Cloud for all service is also available as a paid subscription.
It costs $5.99 per month or $14.99 for 12 months.