News of the Week
- As of late last week, Windows 10 1809 (the October 2018 update) is now ready for broad deployment, MS says.
- Microsoft drops eBooks from Microsoft Store and Edge Without Warning.
- Surface Book 2 is 1.5 years old and it just got a new configuration and it's complicated.
- HoloLens is being used by the Royal Canadian Navy.
- Visual Studio 2019, Visual Studio 2019 for Max and VS Live Share are all now available.
Tips and picks
- Tip/app pick of the week: Time for some games
- Tip/app pick of the week #2: It's past time to abandon Groove
- Enterprise pick of the week: Putting the 'open' in ODI (Open Data Initiative)
- Codename pick of the week: Cayman
- Beer pick of the week: Founders KBS 2019
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- Microsoft officially designates Windows 10 1809 as ready for broad deployment
- Windows 10 1903 update nears: Microsoft removes another barrier to its release
- Microsoft is Closing Its Ebook Store, Edge Support
- Microsoft removes the Books category from the Microsoft Store
- Bring Out Your Dead (Premium)
- Surface Book 2 Now Offers an 8th-Generation Core i5 Configuration
- Canadian Royal Navy is Testing HoloLens for Remote Maintenance
- Microsoft Brings the Best of Visual Studio for Windows to the Mac With Visual Studio 2019
- Visual Studio Live Share Now Generally Available
- Here Are the Xbox Games With Gold Titles for April 2019
- Enter the ID@Xbox Un-Halloween Horror Spectacular Sale If You Dare
- Blackout Gets a New Map, is Free for the Month
- Tip: Use Your Own Music in Spotify
- Microsoft, Adobe and SAP are out to prove the Open Data Initiative is 'open'
- Microsoft may be targeting the e-commerce store hosting space
- FOUNDERS RELEASING KENTUCKY BREAKFAST STOUT 2019 NATIONWIDE MARCH 15, TAPROOM RELEASES SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 8