Windows Weekly 419: Dueling Flowcharts

Posted on June 25, 2015 by Paul Thurrott in Podcasts, Windows Weekly with 0

Windows Weekly 419: Dueling Flowcharts

In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and discuss mostly pointless new questions about who gets Windows 10 for free, Windows 10 SDK news, Samsung v. Windows Update, HoloLens, the first Surface 3 firmware updates, Lumia 735 on Verizon and some cloud news.

Running time: 1:38:13


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Tip of the week: Use Windows 10 without a Microsoft account (mostly)

Microsoft has finally stepped back from the cliff.

Software pick of the week: Office apps for Android

The Office apps for Android handsets–Word, Excel and PowerPoint–are now available in non-preview form in the Google Play Store. Windows/Phone is next.

Also: If you’re an Android/Google fan, Google has added free streaming radio service to Google Music.

Enterprise pick of the week: Advanced Threat Analytics

The security technology MS bought when it acquired Aorato is coming soon to EMS, ECS and more

Rumor of the week: Windows 10 Enterprise

Windows 10 Enterprise may be available starting July 29, rather than this fall, after all…. At least an evaluation version looks to be….

Beer pick of the week: Hill Farmstead Anna

I try not to pick cult beers or really hard to get beers. But since I’ve been lucky enough to have this really delicious farmhouse (brewed with Vermont wildflower honey and Vermont water) twice in the past week, I’m going to recommend it: