Take a deep-dive into all things Microsoft with experts Paul Thurrott and Richard Campbell. They join Leo Laporte every week to deliver sharp commentary and nuanced discussions on Microsoft's new hardware, software, services, enterprise, planned launches, and insider information.
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Take a deep-dive into all things Microsoft with the best podcast on the topic, Windows Weekly. Respected tech journalist Paul Thurrott joins Leo Laporte every week to deliver sharp commentary and nuanced discussions on Microsoft's new hardware, software, services, enterprise, planned launches, insider info, executive movements, and historical context. Get insights into Windows, Azure, Microsoft 365, Office, Xbox, and much, much more.
Paul is one of the foremost Windows watchers in the world. You'll learn something new in every episode while enjoying a few laughs.
Windows Weekly is the ultimate technology podcast for the enterprise pro and the serious technology enthusiast. You'll learn something new every episode with information that'll boost your career. The podcast records every Wednesday and hits podcatchers within 12 hours. Listen and subscribe so you too can be a true Microsoft insider.
About the Podcasters
Paul Thurrott is an award-winning technology journalist and blogger with over 20 years of industry experience and the author of over 25 books. Paul writes for Thurrott.com and devotes much of his coverage to the consumer-side of Microsoft's offerings.
Accompanying the two respected journalists is Leo Laporte, an Emmy Award-winning technology broadcaster, journalist, author, and founder of TWiT. Leo founded the TWiT.tv podcast network in 2005 with the launch of This Week in Tech, and the podcast's popularity led to a slew of weekly tech podcasts. Windows Weekly premiered on September 28th, 2006, with Leo and Paul as hosts. Mary Jo Foley first appeared on the podcast as a guest in Episode 57 in May 2008. She became a frequent guest, and soon, Leo and Paul's co-host from 2011 until 2022.
A Technology Podcast Devoted to Microsoft News
Windows Weekly is dedicated to the examination of Microsoft hardware, software, services, news, corporate happenings, behind-the-scenes decision-making, and more.
You'll stay on top of the latest Windows updates, Teams evolution, Xbox reviews, Microsoft earnings, and more. You'll hear spot-on and witty commentary on Microsoft's brilliant or head-scratching decisions, including acquisitions, product and service launches, and shut-downs.
Paul is finely tuned in to every detail of Microsoft Corp and often gleans insider info from confidential sources. Leo is an expert whose tech knowledge knows no bounds. Together, they can recite past monumental moments by heart and put current Microsoft news into historical perspective.
Listen and subscribe for comprehensive coverage of all Microsoft is and does because no podcast does it better or more thoroughly than Windows Weekly.
Featured Microsoft Podcast Products and Tech
There's never a shortage of topics on this Microsoft-centric technology podcast. Frequently discussed products and services include:
- Microsoft Windows (including updates, patches, issues, and dev channel builds)
Whether you're interested in how quickly Azure is catching up to Amazon Web Services, the latest fixes after a Windows update problem or you're seeking hidden Outlook hacks to optimize productivity, you'll definitely want to tune in every week. The hosts also discuss major tech news outside of the Microsoft umbrella and offer comparisons and opinions.
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