Windows Weekly 767: Searching for Longhorn

Posted on March 10, 2022 by Paul Thurrott in Podcasts, Windows Weekly with 3 Comments

Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss new Windows 11 in-box apps and search features, Patch Tuesday, Microsoft v. Russia, Xbox, and much more.

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Tips and picks

App pick of the week #1: Brave

Brave is picking up a new “unlinkable bouncing” feature that will protect you from sites that don’t respect your privacy.

App pick of the week #2: CorelDRAW

CorelDRAW Graphics Suite gets a March 2022 update for subscribers. Might be worth a look if you’re overpaying Adobe.

Enterprise pick of the week: Nuance is officially now part of Microsoft

Microsoft finalizes its acquisition of Nuance Communications

Codename pick of the week: Vienna

Was the codename of Windows 7 simply Windows 7? PT says NO. Mozart would never lie.

Beer pick of the week: Brasserie Cantillon Classic Gueuze

Sometimes, the best beer is a classic. And Cantillon Classic Gueuze is the ultimate example of a classic lambic from Belgium. A gueuze is a mixture of young (one-year-old) and old (two- and three-year-old) lambics that have been bottled. Because the young lambics are not yet fully fermented, it undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle and produces carbon dioxide. A gueuze will be given a year to carbonate in the bottle, but can be kept for 10–20 years.


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3 responses to “Windows Weekly 767: Searching for Longhorn”

  1. wright_is

    I agree $400 for an adjustable arm is ludicrous - especially as it is a legal requirement for businesses, over here in Germany.

    But the 27" LG that it is supposedly based on costs around $1300, the Apple Studio version adds the camera, decent speakers, the processor to enable the True Tone technology and the camera that follows you, plus a microphone array. That makes the price seem more reasonable. Still way out of my league, I went with a $500 LG 43" 4K display...

    Colour accurate displays cost a lot of money, in fact, $1600 isn't that steep, compared to the likes of Eizo, their 1920x1200 color true display costs about the same as the Apple display, for example.

  2. me

    In no the horrible “Trump years” (no wars, no inflation, no medical tyranny, no $5 gas prices, low unemployment).

    so glad we have Leo and Paul’s political heroes back in charge, which seems to be the only times we have these issues.

    thanks for constantly mentioning your ignorant shit politics.

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