WW 678: No Code Left Behind

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Sorry (but not sorry): We need to discuss Apple. Ladies and gentlemen, start your gongs! The Mac transition to ARM and how this is better than Windows 10 on ARM The new macOS UX and how this is better/more consistent than Fluent in Windows 10The new iOS 14 UX and how it's the same thing as live tiles, just 10 years laterRelated: Microsoft complained about Apple's business practices; Apple subtly announced small changes to address the concerns. Edge memory improvements are coming to Chrome too Consumer features start appearing in Teams on mobile in preview Skype for Windows 10 and Skype desktop are consolidated. Confused yet? From the "oh, you'll pay" department: Edge enterprise sync comes to Microsoft 365 Business Premium; Windows Defender ATP comes to Android in previewSend Later feature coming to Outlook on the web. Some of it, anyway.Microsoft shuts down MixerMore Game Pass games coming this week! Tip of the week: Paul embraces Linux, and you should too. How to correctly install and configure WSL 2. What's the future of WSL?App pick of the week: Opera. Opera 69 for desktop picks up Twitter integration. Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft's latest acquisitions in data modeling and IoT. It's always interesting to see where Microsoft is putting its acquisition dollars. In the past two weeks, the company bought a data-modeling company, ADRM Software, and an IoT security company, CyberX. Developer pick of the week: Microsoft releases phase one of OpenJDK for Windows 10 on ARM. Microsoft loves Java! Cocktail pick of the week: Grand Cosmo: A tribute to CosmoDB (COME ON)... Paul's wife's unique take on a Cosmopolitan:- 6 parts pear vodka- 2 parts Grand Marnier (or triple sec or Cointreau)- 2 parts lime juice- 4 parts cranberry juice- Shake with ice and serve over ice. Garnish with a lime wedge or slice. 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. Sponsors: GetRoman.com/WINDOWS expressvpn.com/windows

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