WW 754: Pleasure Per Gigabyte - Edge default browser, Windows 11 Notepad, Windows on ARM

Kategoria: Komputery i technologia
Kanał: Windows Weekly
Data: 8 grudnia 2021, 23:36
Poziom: C1-C2 (zaawansowany)

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Edge default browser, Windows 11 Notepad, Windows on ARM

  • Microsoft looks ready to make changing browsers on Windows 11 easier
  • Microsoft Steps Back From the Default Browser Cliff
  • Microsoft Edges Tries to Convince Users Not to Download Chrome
  • Microsoft Releases New Windows 11 Pre-Release Build With Several New Features
  • Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11
  • Yep, Microsoft is Redesigning Notepad in Windows 11 Too
  • Microsoft Confirms It Could Update Windows 11 Before October 2022
  • Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22518 | Windows Insider Blog

Windows on ARM

  • Qualcomm Unveils the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 for PCs
  • Microsoft Preps Native OneDrive Clients for Windows on ARM, M1 Macs
  • FTC Sues to Block Sale of Arm to Nvidia

Microsoft 365

  • Microsoft to try to push business customers to longer-term subscriptions via price increases
  • Microsoft is rolling out this new look for Office that tackles 'pain points' in design


  • Halo Infinite Campaign Preview: Approaching Perfection
  • Microsoft Sees Success with Xbox Touch Controls
  • Report: Sony to Merge PS Now, PS Plus, and Take on Xbox Game Pass

Tips and picks

  • Tip of the week: Thinking About Teams Essentials? Don't!
  • App pick of the week: Firefox 95
  • Enterprise pick of this week: Secured-core servers are here
  • Enterprise pick of the week: EU regulators are digging into Nuance
  • Beer pick of the week: Grimm Super Spruce

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