Jan 11th 2017
Windows Weekly 500
Microsoft releases biggest Windows 10 Insider preview build yet - build 15002 includes update pausing and more. Alleged Windows 10 design makeover surfaces. Windows 10 desktop on Azure coming from Citrix this quarter. Microsoft reveals its long-game strategy for Cortana. Microsoft becomes a bit more transparent about privacy. Microsoft kills Windows Essentials. CES wrap-up.
- Tip of the week: Windows Essentials is dead
- AppRaisin mobile pick of the week: OneNote for Windows 10
- Enterprise pick of the week: MS HCM apps: Here they come
- Codename pick of the week: Project Osaka
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- Microsoft Releases Biggest Windows 10 Insider Preview Build Yet
- Latest Windows 10 Creators Update PC test build enables update pausing and lots more
- The Ability to Pause Updates in Windows 10 Isn’t Enough
- 15002 is also available for IoT Core testers. Cortana is in this
- Microsoft to make further tweaks to Windows 10's design via 'Neon'
- Users to get Windows 10 desktops on Azure option later this quarter
- Playing the Long Game: Microsoft’s Cortana Strategy Revealed (Premium)
- Microsoft Becomes a Bit More Transparent About Windows 10 and Privacy
- Microsoft agrees to Windows 10 adjustments with Swiss data watchdog
- Windows Essentials: It’s Dead, Jim
- CES 2017: Microsoft Connected Car 2.0 rolls along
- CES 2017: Intel Unveils a Credit Card-Sized Computer
- Dell's new Canvas 27 looks similar to Microsoft's Surface Studio. And Microsoft seems to be just fine with that. Here's why.
- Thinking About CES
- Today is Not the 10th Anniversary of the iPhone
- HMD Announces Its First Nokia Smartphone
- Microsoft is developing its own human capital management apps
- Sloop Brewing: All Day Rosé
- Project Osaka