The Sams Report: Cortana’s Last Ignite

Posted on November 8, 2019 by Brad Sams in Podcasts, The Sams Report with 5 Comments

On this edition of the Sams Report, stay for Cortana at the end, but come for the bigger news of the week.


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5 responses to “The Sams Report: Cortana’s Last Ignite”

  1. Atoqir

    Hey Brad, do you have a link to that wallpaper on your TV?

  2. oaklines

    Mic seems to be clipping - maybe dial back the gain a bit during recording - then boost if needed during post. ;-]

  3. thejoefin

    On the OneNote thing, I watched the video of the OneNote session and basically his report was that they are merging the codebases and bringing 2016 up to speed with all of the new features which have been introduced and will be coming soon. This way they don't leave anyone behind. Essentially there will be one OneNote core and two different shells. Also in that session the speaker emphasized the Fluid Framework as the future of OneNote. So that'll be interesting to see how OneNote content will be embedded all over the place and other content will be embed into OneNote.

  4. miketheheadski

    Hey Brad, Thanks for the great video. I am curious about the 64-bit app issues with WOA. What's the deal? Does Microsoft have a plan that will allow things like Photoshop to run natively on their ARM chips like the one in the ProX? I have been following this but I still am not completely clear on what is happening with 64-bit apps on ARM. Can you explain it in laymen's terms either here or in one of your Sam's Reports. Thanks!

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