Strictly Plutonic – Windows Weekly 699

Posted on November 19, 2020 by Paul Thurrott in Podcasts, Windows Weekly with 11 Comments

Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Microsoft’s Pluton security chip, the first Apple Silicon reviews, Windows 10, Microsoft Search, and so much more.

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Tips and picks

App pick of the week: Google Photos

Google will no longer offer unlimited free storage of photos. Good. It’s still the best photo service out there and storage is cheap.

App pick of the week #2: Halo it up

With Halo 4 remastered on PC and Halo: MCC optimized for Series X|S, it’s time to revisit some old friends.

Enterprise pick of the week: Dataflex, Project Oakdale and now, Dataverse

Whatever you call CDS these days, it’s now generally available in Teams. As are Power Platform tools and third-party apps for Teams meetings.

Codename pick of the week: Sabre

Sabre looks like it might be the codename for the Pluton processor. (Thanks Walking Cat)

And we now know what CBL stands for in CBL-Mariner Linux! Sadly, it’s not Canadian Bacon Linux

Beer pick of the week: Torch and Crown King Elizabeth Barleywine

Barleywine in a can? Yes, you can. King Elizabeth is from Torch and Crown, Manhattan, NY’s only brewery – which just opened for drinking and eating on premises recently. (They’ve also been a reliable delivery supplier since earlier this year.) King Elizabeth seems to be their brewery cat in their Bronx.

 

 



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