Changes to Power Apps licensing

Microsoft make a small change to Power Apps licensing – the Power Apps per User licence is renamed the Power Apps Premium licence. There are no other changes – it’s still a user licence costing $20 per user per month, and allows the licensed user to access an unlimited number of apps and Power Pages websites. It continues to include Dataverse capacity and AI Builder service credits – find the detail here:

Windows 11 Licensing Guide

There’s an updated-for-Windows 11 (April 2023) Desktop Operating Systems Licensing Guide. It’s a useful document covering the different Windows editions, device and user licensing options, as well as downgrade rights and Volume Licensing Activation.

Find this updated guide here:

Teams Premium generally available

Microsoft announce that Teams Premium is generally available. This is an Add-on to any paid Teams licence (see the Product Terms for a full list: and has an introductory price of $7 per user per month, increasing to the regular price of $10 per user per month from 1 July, 2023.

Although it’s a user licensing model, there are some features which as long as the meeting organizer is licensed for Teams Premium, all attendees will have access to that feature – live translation of captions, for example.

Generally, Teams Premium users can expect lots of additional features in five key areas: intelligent meetings, personalised meetings, protected meetings, Virtual Appointments, and advanced webinars.

Find the announcement article here:, and information on the licensing here: