Leo Laporte, Paul Thurrott, and Mary Jo Foley talk about their Microsoft predictions for 2016, what does Internet Explorer's end of support really mean to you, a Microsoft SIM and new data plans might be in the works, and where is the messaging platform?
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- Microsoft, It’s Time for Xbox One S and an Entertainment Set-Top Box
- 2016 Predictions: Microsoft Will Make Fewer but Bigger Bets
- Microsoft updates Windows 10 for PCs, IoT to Build 10586.63
- Windows 10 Build 11099 Now Available To Insiders
- IDC: PC Sales Experienced Record Decline in 2015 As Expected
- Stuck on an older version of Microsoft's IE? There's a mode for that
- Microsoft Support Lifecycle
- If I Remove or Don’t Use Internet Explorer 8, 9, or 10, Can I Avoid Upgrading to Internet Explorer 11?
- Microsoft to enable Windows 10 PC users to directly buy, connect to mobile data plans
- Microsoft begins integrating Skype Translator into Skype for Windows desktops
- Skype Translator empowers more people
- Free Skype group video calling coming to Android, iOS, Windows 10 Mobile
- Xbox One Tip: Completely Configure the Controller
- Tip of the week: Keep your Windows 10 PC secure from malware
- Bonus tip: Buy Surface 3, get a free Type Cover
- Software pick: SpotBright
- Software pick: Outlook for Mac Updated to Support Full Screen View and Split View
- Enterprise pick of the week: R Server is free for developers
- Codename pick of the week: Mohoro - Microsoft's Azure RemoteApp app-delivery service to be generally available December 11
- Microsoft Remote Desktop preview update makes Continuum more interesting
- Beer pick of the week: Ballast Point Victory at Sea Peanut Butter