Windows Weekly 746 – Token Woof

Posted on October 14, 2021 by Paul Thurrott in Podcasts, Windows Weekly with 3 Comments

Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Windows 11’s first update, Notepad, WSL in the Store, Azure news, Microsoft 365, Visual Studio, Xbox, and much more.

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Tips and picks

App pick of the week #1: Start11 RC

The latest release of Start11 is here, and it’s what we all wanted. Thanks, Brad!

App pick of the week #2: Vivaldi 4.3

Now with PWA support and much more

Related: What the heck is up with Mozilla Firefox these days?

Enterprise pick of the week: Ignite sessions are live now

Nearly 400 so far are up there. Take-aways: Endpoint Manager is going to get a lot of time in the sun, as is Windows 11 (30 sessions mentioning it so far). Dynamics will be the focus of day 2. Paul and MJF will be LIVE right after the day one keynote, so get your eggs ready!

Enterprise pick of the week No. 2: Microsoft Emissions Impact  Dashboard

Microsoft’s Emissions Impact Dashboard, an Azure-based tool built on Power BI, lets customers track, report,  analyze (and hopefully reduce) carbon emissions associated with cloud usage. If you’re all about lowering your carbon footprint, there’s a What’s Next for Sustainability virtual event coming up Oct. 27.

Beer pick of the week: Allagash Ghoulschip

It’s unavoidable. Time for some pumpkin beers. Allagash Brewing makes one that is not a pumpkin spice bomb. Allagash Ghoulschip a subtle sour made with local pumpkins, molasses and raw pumpkin seeds. Aged in oak barrels  and blended with older versions of the same beer.  8.2% and not very pumpkin-ish at all.



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Comments (3)

3 responses to “Windows Weekly 746 – Token Woof”

  1. harrymyhre

    Somebody else had this idea, i forget who.


    What if Microsoft made an Xbox laptop? The world has gone mobile. Why can't the Xbox be mobile?

  2. wosully

    Buy the beans, Paul! ;-)

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