Windows Weekly 782: A Hazy Shade of Winders

Posted on June 23, 2022 by Paul Thurrott in Podcasts, Windows Weekly with 4 Comments

Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul move into TWiT’s big boy room and discuss Windows 11, Microsoft 365/cloud, Xbox, and much more.

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Tips and picks

Tip of the week: Learn about the new features in Windows 11 22H2

A few weeks back I started a series of posts about the major new features in Windows 11 22H2. It’s done. And it points to a very obvious conclusion about this release.

App pick of the week: Reading apps

I use a lot of apps for reading but my two go-to’s are Google’s Discovery feed and Pocket.

Enterprise pick 1 of the week: Microsoft’s Secured Core comes to IoT devices

It’s not just for PCs and servers anymore. Now the Secured Core certification is available for IoT devices too.

Enterprise pick 2 of the week: Don’t be fooled: Patch Tuesday isn’t going away

Weird we have to say this, but I guess there have been erroneous reports about Patch Tuesday ending because of the new Windows Autopatch feature. Don’t get rid of your Patch Tuesday cocktails yet! It’s definitely here to stay for the foreseeable future. We should make a T-shirt that reads “DEATH TAXES AND PATCH TUESDAY”

Beer pick of the week: Torch & Crown Rainbows Everywhere

Yes, it’s another hazy IPA. But Torch & Crown’s Rainbows Everywhere is a Pride-themed beer brewed every June. It’s 6.9 percent to commemorate 1969 protests around gay rights. A portion of the profits go to LGBTQ+ causes in NYC.



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Comments (4)

4 responses to “Windows Weekly 782: A Hazy Shade of Winders”

  1. maktaba

    The podcast’s new cover art is awful.

    • christianwilson

      I agree. It looks out of place compared to all the other shows and it doesn't reflect Windows Weekly accurately.

  2. navarac

    This episode came across to me as "Leo Laporte Weekly". It seemed that Paul and Mary Jo couldn't get a word in edgeways.