Brad Sams has more than a decade of writing and publishing experience under his belt including helping to establish new and seasoned publications From breaking news about upcoming Microsoft products to telling the story of how a billion dollar brand was birthed in his book, Beneath a Surface, Brad is a well-rounded journalist who has established himself as a trusted name in the industry.
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Recent December, 2015 Stories
On this episode, I cover the new build of Redstone, a new cadence of the Insider builds and a scoop about a new feature coming to OneDrive.
Microsoft has said that Windows Phone 8 users will not receive Windows 10 Mobile on their device this year and that they must wait until early 2016.
Microsoft has announced that for those who participate in the Insider program, they will be increasing the release cadence for new builds of Windows 10.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 and this version comes from its new release branch called Redstone; new features are included as well.
Microsoft has issued an apology to Surface Book and Pro 4 owners who have had a less-than-perfect experience with the new devices such as the sleep issue.
On this episode, I talk about the updates for Windows 10, a bit about Redstone, Cortana taking on Siri, and everything else in the world of Microsoft.
One of the most well known browser extesnsions has announced its support for Edge but we still do not have a release date for the feature.
Microsoft accidently posted a page that goes into detail about extensions for its Edge browser but we still do not have a release date at this time.
On this episode, I cover Windows 10's new development process, updates to the Surface Book and Pro 4, and being blunt about the state of Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft employees have started to show off what Hololens looks like running different Universal apps including Edge and streaming games from the Xbox One.
On this episode, I talk about Windows turning 30, there was a shakeup in the Windows org, the Lumia 950 is here and a lot more.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 Mobile, build 10586, and you can download it now if you are in the Fast ring.
Microsoft has overhauled its app for Bing on iOS and has created something that you may want to actually use on a daily basis.
Microsoft has a new keyboard and mouse combo called the Wireless Desktop 900 and I have been using it for about a week to test it out.
Microsoft was building a tool to make it easier for Android developers to port code to run in the Windows Store but that project is now on hold.
On this episode, I talk about how Microsoft has executed its second major push of Windows 10, Surface Dock woes, and where is that Windows 10 Mobile Update.
On this episode, I cover the inside story of the changes to OneDrive, a few minor features coming to Redstone and the TH2 release.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10, 10586 that many believe may be the TH2 fall update but the company has not made the official announcement.
Microsoft has opened the doors to Distill, a new user based question and answer service to improve search results, to those who registered for invitations.
Microsoft has opened up applications to test Cortana on iOS but they are limiting it to users in the US and China but will expand outward in a few months.
Microsoft has released a new mouse and keyboard combo and a new standalone mobile mouse and I take a closer look at the new devices.
Microsoft has released new firmware for the Surface Book and the Pro 4 that is should address the screen flickering issue many users have seen.
Microsoft is expected to sign off on the fall update for Windows 10 this week and may deliver it in a little over a week to those running the RTM build.
Windows 10's install base is growing and for the month of October, the OS was running on nearly 8% of the desktop PCs that re connected to the Internet.
On this episode, I talk about what happened in the world of Windows this week as Microsoft made some changes about how they are going to push out upgrades.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 to Insiders that brings additional stability and is available now to download.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 is coming to the Xbox One on November 12th and it packs a bunch of new features.