WW 756: The Amish Comic - Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future.

Kategoria: Komputery i technologia
Kanał: Windows Weekly
Data: 22 grudnia 2021, 23:13
Poziom: C1-C2 (zaawansowany)

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Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future.

  • With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates
  • Microsoft officially acknowledges Windows 10X isn't happening
  • Microsoft brings Windows to the cloud with Windows 365 and Cloud PC
  • Microsoft to make hybrid meetings work better with new Teams features coming later this year
  • Microsoft talks with Discord end with no buy for now: Report

What's Likely for Microsoft in 2022?

  • Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams
  • How Microsoft is looking to MetaOS to make Microsoft 365 a 'whole life' experience
  • What's next for the Microsoft Cloud
  • Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11
  • Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market
  • Does Windows on Arm have a future?
  • Microsoft to increase Microsoft 365, Office 365 commercial prices in March 2022
  • Microsoft to replace its many mail variants with 'One Outlook'

News From the Past Week

  • Bingo Was Almost Cortana's Name-O
  • Google Touts Android App Usage on Chrome OS
  • Microsoft to buy Xandr ad marketplace from AT&T

Tips and Picks

  • Tip of the week: Check out this incredible documentary about the history of Xbox
  • App pick of the week: Firewatch
  • Enterprise pick of the week: Azure Space adds more partners, functionality
  • Codename pick of the week: Florence
  • Beer pick of the week: Brasserie d'Achouffe N'ice Chouffe

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