Windows Weekly with Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

Mar 16th 2022

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Windows 11 ads, Search Highlights, hybrid work, Halo TV series
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Category: News

Windows 11 ads, Search Highlights, hybrid work, Halo TV series

  •  Microsoft is Experimenting With Ads in the Windows 11 File Explorer
  • Microsoft on File Explorer Ads: Just Kidding!
  •  Microsoft Brings Search Highlights to Windows 10 Insiders
  •  DirectStorage is Now Available on PC
  •  Windows 10 Can Now Be Installed on Valve's Steam Deck


Microsoft 365

  • Microsoft to show how Windows 'powers the future of hybrid work'
  •  Microsoft study finds 50 percent of leaders have plans for a full return to the office
  •  Microsoft Teams turns five. What's next?
  •  Office 365 Login | Microsoft Office
  •  Microsoft Brings Redesigned Office.com to All Business and Education customers


Hardware

  •  Intel to Invest Over $36 Billion in Europe
  • Lenovo Refreshes ThinkPad X13, X13 Yoga, and ThinkPad L
  • Empowering collaboration in the hybrid workplace with Surface Hub 2S and Surface Hub 2 Smart Camera | Microsoft Devices Blog


Xbox
- Here’s the Halo TV Series Story Trailer
- Microsoft Announces More Xbox Game Pass Games for March
- Report: Microsoft’s Perfect Dark Reboot is Being Hit by High Turnover
- Google Details New Tools to Make Google Play Games Multiplatform
- Call of Duty: Warzone is Coming to Mobile

Tips and Picks

  • Tip of the week: Enable tabs in Windows 11 (Dev) File Explorer
  • App pick of the week: Notion
  • Enterprise picks of the week: Surprise! There’s a Win Server release (or 2) coming this year. Changes are on the way for Microsoft’s Partner Program.
  • Beer pick of the week: Other Half Bang On

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