WW 672: Misfits in the Foyer

published 2 weeks ago

Windows 10 version 2004 creeps towards completion No word yet on final release date, but we have new "final" build And Microsoft has released the Windows 10 version 2004 SDK Microsoft will fix cracked Surface Laptop 3 displays for free What really happened here?Surface Go 2, Surface Earbuds, and Surface Headphones 2 are now available for purchase A few more observations about Surface Go 2 The rest of the new hardware arrives later this month Surface Duo emulator is updated again Microsoft finally takes on Reply-All storms, but only in Office 365 Commercial Outlook is getting a Smart Reply feature. Outlook on the Web, that is. Meaning Office/MS365 Commercial Microsoft Family Safety app arrives on Android, iOS in limited previewBuild is next week - here's the agenda.Microsoft (Godzilla) takes on Amazon (King Kong)Microsoft accuses Amazon of secretly continuing its fight for the JEDI contractAnd then Amazon lashed out at Microsoft in a deliciously unprofessional post Sony says PS5 is on track for holiday 2020, PS4 has sold 110 million units. Tip of the week: 555-5555 (Jenny) I think I've figured out how to bypass the Microsoft account requirement in any recent version of Windows 10. App pick of the week: Halo 2 Anniversary for PC. 4K/UHD graphics/60+ fps for just $9.99! Enterprise pick of the week: Windows Autopilot program comes to ... HoloLens (?) Microsoft is testing a Windows Autopilot program for HoloLens 2, which implies it either is getting bulk orders from businesses for HoloLens or it thinks it can and will in the foreseeable future. Enterprise pick of the week 2: New branding (madness) for Microsoft 365 Apps. The artist formerly known as Office 365 ProPlus is getting a bunch of branding and ring changes. Hold onto your M365s, folks! Beer pick of the week: Night Shift Brewing Night Lite. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsor: WWT.COM/TWIT

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