Get ready for Mandroid?
- Microsoft is rumored to be considering enabling Android apps on Windows Lite devices like Centaurus
- This isn't the first time Microsoft's been rumored to adding Android app support
Speaking of Android, Bill Gates says losing out to it was his biggest mistake.
- More storage for subscribers; more paid storage plans for Office 360 users and Personal Vault
- Still no plans to offer consumers the option of buying more than 2TB of storage
- Credge: Now available in preview for Windows 7/8/8.1 (canary only) and with a better dark mode as well.
- Related: The Credge version of WebView is not as powerful as the EdgeHTML version
- Windows Terminal is now in preview in the Microsoft Store
- New Fast Ring build today?
- Yet another week with no news about 19H2
Tips and Picks
- Tip of the week: Learn the history of Windows from another perspective
- App pick of the week: Not Chrome
- Enterprise pick of the week: Adobe Document Cloud PDF Experience for Office 365 web app
- Codename pick of the week: Excalibur
- Beer pick of the week: Dogfish Head Slighty Mighty
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- No, Bill. No
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- Microsoft Edge Dev Gets Improved Dark Theme, More
- Microsoft Issues Updated WebView 2 SDK
- Microsoft's new Windows Terminal is now available in the Store
- Surface Book 2 Has a New 15-inch Base Configuration
- Microsoft Shifts Xbox Focus to Anaconda for its Next-Gen Console
- Programming Windows series
- Microsoft Ebook Refunds Coming in July
- Microsoft and Adobe deliver on a three-year old Office 365 customer request
- Microsoft Reportedly Prototyping Surface Devices With Qualcomm and AMD Chips
- Microsoft's next Surface Pro might have a Snapdragon 8cx variant
- Slightly Mighty | Dogfish Head Craft Brewery