WW 549: Our Yearly Visit with Chris Capossela Dec. 21, 2017

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Windows Weekly (Audio) Chris Capossela joins us for a very special episode of Windows Weekly. We have questions for Microsoft's CMO. Microsoft may have just revealed what we will call the Windows 10 Productivity Update. Build 17063 for the Fast Ring has a metric ton of new features. This is almost certainly the next version of Windows 10. Key new feature: Timeline. Also, a first for the Insiders Program: We're explicitly testing a new feature, Sets, that may not be in this next version of Windows 10. Well, some of us are. Google releases the worst Microsoft Store app of …



Chris Capossela joins us for a very special episode of Windows Weekly. We have questions for Microsoft's CMO. Microsoft may have just revealed what we will call the Windows 10 Productivity Update. Build 17063 for the Fast Ring has a metric ton of new features. This is almost certainly the next version of Windows 10. Key new feature: Timeline. Also, a first for the Insiders Program: We're explicitly testing a new feature, Sets, that may not be in this next version of Windows 10. Well, some of us are. Google releases the worst Microsoft Store app of all time: a Chrome installer app. Then Microsoft pulls it from the Store. Hilarity Ensues.

  • Tip of the week: Paul's favorite podcasts, audiobooks, and mobile apps of 2017
  • App pick of the week: Oxenfree
  • Enterprise pick of the week: Add AI and stir: MS brings new AI-powered features to O365, Bing, Cortana
  • Enterprise pick no. 2 (just cause you need a nice holiday gift): MS to cut prices by up to more than 50% on its Hadoop service
  • Beer pick of the week: Ninkasi Ground Control (2017)

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

Guest: Chris Capossela

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