WW 521: CShell by the Seashore! June 7, 2017

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Windows 10: CShell? What's a CShell? Latest Surface Mobile rumor – real or fake? Oops! Microsoft inadvertently leaks a build. And we found new features! A new Windows 10 SKU for workstations leaks. Microsoft might be killing File History. How can you tell if Windows 10 on ARM is working? Kaspersky v. Microsoft. Steve Ballmer regrets not getting into hardware sooner. Microsoft is finally adding contact editing support to Outlook Mobile. (Android version is still coming soon.) The new Skype is here on Android and iOS. You can preorder (one) Surface Pen now. Apple WWDC: iPad Pro + iOS 11 ...



Windows 10: CShell? What's a CShell? Latest Surface Mobile rumor – real or fake? Oops! Microsoft inadvertently leaks a build. And we found new features! A new Windows 10 SKU for workstations leaks. Microsoft might be killing File History. How can you tell if Windows 10 on ARM is working? Kaspersky v. Microsoft. Steve Ballmer regrets not getting into hardware sooner. Microsoft is finally adding contact editing support to Outlook Mobile. (Android version is still coming soon.) The new Skype is here on Android and iOS. You can preorder (one) Surface Pen now. Apple WWDC: iPad Pro + iOS 11 is finally a serious threat to Surface and PCs. Project Scorpio – the big reveal Sunday. Don't expect MS to show off anything re: VR for Scorpio at E3.

  • Tip of the week: You can watch Microsoft's E3 press conference live
  • App pick of the week: Groove for Windows 10 • Enterprise pick of the week: Ignite session catalog is now live
  • Rumor of the week: Is Microsoft completely disbanding DX, its developer evangelism team?
  • Beer pick of the week: Gosnell's Citra Sea Mead

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