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How to create Always free VM in Google Cloud Platform

 To create an Always Free VM in Google Cloud, you will need to have a Google Cloud account. If you don't have one, you can sign up for a free trial account at

Once you have a Google Cloud account, follow these steps to create an Always Free VM:

  1. Log in to your Google Cloud account and go to the Google Cloud Console.
  2. Click the "Compute Engine" option in the left menu, and then click the "VM instances" tab.
  3. Click the "Create" button to create a new VM.
  4. In the "Create an instance" screen, select the "Always Free" option in the "Pricing" section.
  5. Choose the type of VM you want to create, such as a Linux or Windows VM.
  6. Configure the details of your VM, such as the machine type, boot disk, and network settings.
  7. Review the details of your VM and click the "Create" button to create it.

Once your VM is created, you can access it and start using it according to your needs. The Always Free VM option in Google Cloud allows you to create and use a small VM without any upfront cost or long-term commitment. However, it is subject to certain usage limits, such as a maximum of 8 virtual CPUs and 30 GB of persistent disk space. For more information, you can check the Google Cloud website or contact their support team.

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