Leo and Paul discuss 10 years of the slippery slope, Windows 11, WSL in the Store, PC sales woes, Microsoft 365, Xbox, and much more.
Recent November, 2022 Stories
Happy Friday! Let’s get the weekend off to an early start with another blockbuster round of reader questions.
I’d been waiting on Google’s Black Friday sale to pull the trigger on two personal technology upgrades, one long overdue. Here goes nothing.
Leo and Paul discuss Windows 11, Microsoft and the Bill Gates legacy, Microsoft 365, Surface, Qualcomm, and a metric ton of Xbox and gaming news.
In today’s world of subscription offerings, a perpetual Office license, especially one with so many limits and none of the advantages of Microsoft 365, seems a bit out of touch. But hold on one second.
Happy 11/11, happy Friday, and happy Veteran’s Day! Let’s kick off the weekend a bit early with a great set of reader questions.
Leo and Paul discuss Windows 11 usage, a new Insider Preview build, Microsoft 365 and its competitors, more earnings, .NET 7, Xbox, and much more.
Like so many software releases these days, the initial launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II was woefully incomplete. But that's about to change.
After many months of successfully using a More Mobile setup at home and on the road, I’ve run into some weird performance issues that I can’t quite solve.
Happy Friday! It’s been a frustrating morning of technical issues, so let’s kick off the weekend a bit early with some great reader questions.
Leo and Paul discuss new Windows 11 Insider Preview builds, new Teams features, Edge 107, a unified OneNote, Joe B., more earnings, and tons of Xbox news.
One year later, Microsoft’s decision to arbitrarily prevent most Windows 10 users from upgrading to Windows 11 seems dumb, not devious.
Our final trip to Mexico City in 2022 has given us a glimpse of a future in which we split time between here and someplace in the United States.
Hola from Mexico City and Happy Friday! Here’s another great set of reader questions to get the weekend started a little early.
On Mary Jo's final episode of Windows Weekly, we discuss Microsoft's quarterly earnings, Windows, Microsoft 365, Xbox, and much more.
If your PC supports cellular data services provided by a mobile operator, you can use this connection to access the Internet, just as you do with your smartphone.
Happy Friday from Mexico City! Let’s kick off the weekend a bit earlier with another great set of reader questions.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Windows 11 22H2 October Update, Microsoft Edge, Windows on Arm, Microsoft 365 vs. Office, Xbox, and much more.
Our trip to Mexico City this past Sunday was largely uneventful. And then we arrived at the apartment to discover that our Internet was down.
The return of Two Grumpy Old Men Complain about Windows! Richard chats with Paul Thurrott about a year of Windows 11 - the good, the bad, and the meh.
Ecosystems matter, but ecosystems can also be used to lock you into a particular vendor’s products and services. You need an exit strategy.
I used our move to Pennsylvania five years ago as a chance to reevaluate the personal technology we use. Our apartment in Mexico City offers a similar opportunity.
Happy Friday! For the second time this week, I’ve raced back and forth to Philadelphia to get my passport renewed ahead of Sunday’s flight to Mexico.
I’ve successfully ignored Microsoft Edge for the past few years, but I’m writing a Windows 11 book and so it was time to get my hands dirty. And … wow.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the biggest announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2022, this week's Surface event, Windows 11, the metaverse, Xbox, and much more.
Happy Friday! Well, I thought last week’s installment was epic, but this week is even longer, so let’s settle in for the long haul.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Windows 11 version 22H2 deployment drama, one year of windows 11, Microsoft 365, Xbox, and much more.