Oct 11th 2017
Windows Weekly 539
Yesterday's Office, Tomorrow
Hosted by Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott
Edge Everywhere, Cortana Speaker
Records live every Wednesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
- Microsoft is bringing Edge to Android and iOS. Does this change anything?
- Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) is done 16299.15 heads to Release Preview.
- Related: Fall Creators Update for developers
- Related: Price increases for Windows 10 downgrades, Pro Workstation
- Rumor: Microsoft will kill Surface in 2019
- It looks like the Harmon Kardon Invoke speaker with Cortana will cost $200. Also, Cortana is coming to Skype on mobile
- Big Office news (from a month ago): Microsoft plans to have 2/3 of users in the cloud by next year
- Intel's 8th generation Core processor explained
- Tip of the week: Insider? Take advantage of the "magic window" while you can.
- App pick of the week: Outlook Mobile
- Enterprise pick of the week: latest Patch Tuesday gotcha
- Beer pick of the week: Firestone Walker Mocha Merlin
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- Microsoft is bringing new Edge apps to iOS, Android
- A Quick Look at Microsoft Edge Preview on iPhone
- How Does Microsoft Edge on Mobile Change Things?
- Microsoft Explains Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS to Developers
- Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Heads to Insiders in Release Preview
- Microsoft Promotes Fall Creators Update to Developers
- Microsoft may have price increases in store for Windows 10 Pro Workstation, Win 10 downgrade customers
- Hands-On With Cloud Clipboard Prototype in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17004
- Fake News: Microsoft to End Surface in 2019?
- Microsoft: No, We’re Not Killing Surface
- Windows 10 Mobile: Microsoft just put the final nail in the coffin
- The coming Cortana-powered Harman Kardon speaker may cost $200
- Harman Kardon Invoke Makes a Brief Appearance in the Microsoft Store
- Cortana is Rolling Out in Skype for Android and iOS
- Microsoft: We'll have two-thirds of Office users in the cloud by fiscal 2019
- Intel Takes Its 8th Generation Processors to the Desktop
- Windows Insiders: RS3’s Magic Window is About to Close
- Windows 10 mandatory October KB4041676 update is causing machines to BSOD
- Mocha Merlin