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Jun 15th 2022

Windows Weekly 781

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Changes to Windows 11 22H2, Microsoft's Gaming Announcements, Farewell IE11

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Category: News

Changes to Windows 11 22H2, Microsoft's Gaming Announcements, Farewell IE11

  •  Windows 11 File Explorer Tabs Are Now Available for Beta Channel Testers
  •  Microsoft Finalizes Windows 11 Version 22H2

More Windows

  •  Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25136 | Windows Insider Blog
  •  Windows 11 Insider Build 25140 is Here with More Bug Fixes
  •  Hands-On with Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 2 on Arm
  •  June 15: It's the end of the Internet Explorer era
  •  Saying Goodbye to Internet Explorer
  •  Report: PC Sales to Fall Over 8 Percent in 2022

Microsoft & Gaming

  •  Microsoft to allow Xbox Cloud Gaming users to bring their own games later this year
  • Microsoft Edge is Getting New Gaming Features
  •  Xbox Design Lab Comes to More Markets with New Options
  •  Xbox Game Pass Will Add Demos of Upcoming Games Next Year
  •  Xbox Cloud Gaming Will Soon Let You Play the Games you Own
  •  Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs This Month
  •  Microsoft Shows Over 30 Games Coming to Xbox in the Next 12 Months
  •  This is Why Apple Blocks Xbox Cloud Gaming
  •  Activision Announces Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

Microsoft 365

  • Report: Microsoft Has Started Testing Casual Games in Teams
  • Microsoft is adding echo cancellation and anti-interruption features to Teams
  •  Outlook Mobile is Getting an Algorithmic Newsfeed

Tips and Picks

  • Tip of the week: Save big on games
  •  App pick of the week: Firefox
  •  Enterprise pick of the week: Windows Admin Center comes to the Azure portal
  •  Codename pick of the week: Gibraltar
  •  Beer pick of the week: Wild East Brewing Alfresco Cucumber

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