Windows Weekly 490: Drunken Doughnuts

Posted on November 3, 2016 by Paul Thurrott in Podcasts, Windows Weekly with 4 Comments

In this episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss the Microsoft Teams announcement, Terry Myerson’s hints about the future of Windows 10 Mobile, and tons of Windows 10 and Surface news.

Running time: 1:48:24

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Tips and picks

Tip of the week: Anyone can snag new Surface-style hardware peripherals

Microsoft Quietly Delivers New Surface Keyboards, Mouse

Plus: Games with Gold!

App pick of the week: WinToUSB

WinToUSB helps you create Windows To Go, Windows Setup, and Windows PE Creator boot disks for Windows 7, 8.x and 10.

AppRaisin mobile app pick of the week: Paint 3D Preview for Windows 10 with Creator’s Update

Plus: Microsoft Flow is generally available

Enterprise pick of the week: PowerApps and Flow now generally available

What are these “power-user” tools and why should even non-programmers care.

Codename pick of the week: Surface codename bonanza: Cardinal, Campo, Orion, Cosmos

Seems to be a zodiac/constellation type theme among the Surface team these days

Beer pick of the week: Evil Twin Imperial Doughnut Break

An imperial stout brewed WITH donuts. Yep.

 

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    martinp17 Alpha Member #1609 - 1 month ago

    Leo, how come you advertise thetile if it doesn't even support Windows?!?

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    glenn8878 Alpha Member #2387 - 1 month ago

    I love your broadcasts. I listen to most. BUT, they are awfully long. It is best if they are limited to 1 hour long.

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    jean Alpha Member #2159 - 1 month ago

    Multitouch on a MacBook would put Apple into the same miserable spot as Microsoft with Windows: all of a sudden the majority of your applications are no longer suited for the way people would like to interact with the application - well maybe they will decide to implement UMP (Universal Mac Platform) to adress those flaws and allow apps to run on MacOS

    Tags; screen real-estate, User/Device Interaction, Size of Controls, .... you name it