In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley (in London) and I discuss the Office for Windows 10 Preview, a new Windows 10 Technical Preview 2 update rollup, Raspberry Pi + Windows 10, how businesses will be able to acquire Windows 10, Windows Server vNext delayed, and Satya Nadella’s one year anniversary as Microsoft CEO.
Running time: 1:32:35
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