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  • WW 813: Usage Intensity - F23Q2 analysis, the subscription future, Microsoft 365 Insider program
    F23Q2 analysis, the subscription future, Microsoft 365 Insider program Microsoft announced a net income of $16.4 billion on revenues of $52.7 billion for the quarter ending December 31. Net income decreased by 12 percent year-over-year (YOY) in the time period while revenue was up just 2 percent. It was a mixed quarter, at best, and below expectations. Intelligent Cloud delivered $21.5 billion in revenues in the quarter, up 18 percent YOY. Productivity and Business Processes was Microsoft's second-biggest business in the quarter, with $17 billion in revenues, up 7 percent. More Personal Computing was again the laggard with $14.2 billion in revenues, down an astonishing 19 percent YOY. The cloud saved the quarter Windows tanked Windows won't get better any time soon Surface tanked even worse than Windows Surface also won't get better any time soon thanks to "execution challenges" Xbox tanked, but was at least inline with expectations Teams has over 280 million users Microsoft 365 to evolve into an AI-first platform Office did OK overall, big shift away from one-off product sales to subscriptions Windows It's time to suck it up: the future of Windows is all advertising and subscriptions Microsoft is working on yet another File Explorer redesign Microsoft also starts testing tabs in Notepad Microsoft is also testing a side-by-side view for web pages in Edge And now a new Insider build for the Dev channel with a new (Facebook) Messenger widget Microsoft kills Altspace VR as part of an AR/MR house-cleaning move Microsoft may be walking away from AR/MR, but Apple's coming headset will allegedly switch between the two modes Microsoft 365 Office Insider Program renamed to Microsoft 365 Insider Program This rebranding crusade is a mistake and is reminiscent of the .NET branding mistake Antitrust EU to announce antitrust case against Microsoft Teams DOJ announces antitrust case against Google for advertising and Google responds Google lays off 12,000. Nothing from Apple? Dev Github now has over 100 million developers Google announces what's next for Flutter An examination of .NET MAUI reveals what it's good for on the Windows desktop Xbox N64 classic GoldenEye is coming to Xbox, Game Pass January 27 Sony pushes forward with VR2 plans Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Paul is working on a new book and needs your help Tip of the week #2: Microsoft will stop selling Windows 10 downloads Brown alcohol pick of the week: Nomad Outland Whisky Hosts: Leo Laporte and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsor: GO.ACILEARNING.COM/TWIT
    1/25/2023
    2:33:23
  • WW 812: Pessimism Pays - AI for the consumer client, HoloLens request rejected, Azure DevOps
    AI for the consumer client side, HoloLens request rejected, Azure DevOps Layoffs Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella informs employees of 10,000 layoffs Is Surface on the cutting block? Amazon to layoff 18,000 Welcome to the AI era Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella confirms Microsoft's AI moves: Azure Open AI service, ChatGPT APIs, and infusing AI across the entire Microsoft stack This is a much bigger deal than Microsoft's pivot to the cloud 20 years ago because it infuses everything that it does. When Wall Street latched onto Azure and cloud computing and made Microsoft the second biggest company in the world, the software giant effectively ignored personal computing because no one wanted to hear about legacy. That era is over. Windows 11 New Insider Preview build for the Dev channel adds a developer feature, OneDrive storage quote display New Insider Preview build comes to the ... Release Preview channel? This one is interesting. Now we know the full story of the bloodbath that was PC sales in Q4 2022: a 28.3 percent drop in unit sales YOY. Yikes Intel ships its first 6 GHz CPU, reminding us again that this—and not efficiency—is what Intel is good at 12 years after Windows 8 and Surface, Apple is adding touchscreens to the Mac. Devices US Congress nixes Army purchase of more HoloLens units Xbox Google and NVIDIA voice concerns about Microsoft acquisition of Activision Blizzard EU likely to issue warning on Microsoft acquisition of Activision Blizzard Public support for the acquisition is strong. Even about PlayStation users! Google turns the Stadia controller into a normal Bluetooth controller Tips & Picks Tip of the week: The OneDrive storage upgrades you didn't know about App pick of the week: MSEdgeRedirect Enterprise pick of the week: Azure DevOps Whisky pick of the week: Glenlivet Nadurra Hosts: Leo Laporte, Paul Thurrott, and Richard Campbell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: CDW.com/LenovoClient tanium.com/twit
    1/18/2023
    2:40:31
  • WW 811: The Angle of the Dangle - Fungible, rounded corners, Xbox Oreos, the AI wave
    Fungible, rounded corners, Xbox Oreos, the AI wave Microsoft invested $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019 Surface Pro X, also from 2019, featured the first-ever NPU in a Surface product Eye contact announced in 2020 - requires NPU Windows Studio Effects announced at hybrid work event in April 2021 - adds Voice clarity, Voice focus, Automatic framing, Portrait blur, and Background blur to Eye contact Windows Dev Kit 2023 (Volterra) arrives in late 2022 with NPU Did Microsoft just soft announce Windows 12? Panos Panay awkwardly joins Lisa Su at AMD announcement at CES. Still, this is potentially huge Let's not forget VALL-E Now, Microsoft is reportedly seeking to expand its OpenAI partnership with $10 billion investment, could lead to 49 percent ownership stake Windows 7 + Windows 8.1 are on a farm chasing rabbits Microsoft issues the final Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 7 and 8.1. They're dead, Jim. And ... oddly, Microsoft added Secure Boot to Windows 7 at the last second Windows 7 was beloved, Windows 8 was reviled, both were horribly misunderstood More Windows First Windows Insider builds of 2023 reveal more UI tinkering Android 13 comes to WSA in the Insider Program Preliminary results (from IDC) confirm what we knew about the PC industry in 2022 Surface + devices After claiming that Surface Duo remained important, rumors of major Surface Duo developments, um, surface - Microsoft to move to folding display design, could add standalone phone And let's not forget this little patent from 2017! Microsoft launches shared device mode for frontline workers Microsoft Microsoft announces Microsoft 365 Basic - what used to be called OneDrive 100 GB Standalone plan Microsoft acquires Fungible for $190 million (estimated) There's a Microsoft education event coming in February Tips and picks Tip of the week: Install Windows Subsystem for Android correctly App pick of the week: BitWarden Enterprise pick of the week: Local Administrator Password Solution V2 Bourbon pick of the week: Angel's Envy Hosts: Leo Laporte, Paul Thurrott, and Richard Campbell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsor: cachefly.com
    1/11/2023
    3:01:27
  • WW 810: Call of Duty-Free - Notepad tabs, Stack Overflow 2022 developer survey, LastPass alternatives
    Notepad tabs, Stack Overflow 2022 developer survey, LastPass alternatives Windows Microsoft's next Moment for Windows 11 is on the way Microsoft is testing tabs in Notepad internally This is what we're reduced to with the Windows 11 team, a 25-year old debate about MDI and SDI Google is changing the Chrome release schedule again... no word from the Edge team Services Bing is reportedly going to get a ChatGPT upgrade to take on Google Search CES Intel announces 13th Gen Core chipsets for mobile New PCs from Acer, HP, etc. Matter Devices Masonite Smart Door Shiftall Mutalk Surface Laptop 2 is no longer supported. It's four years old Dev Stack Overflow releases its 2022 survey. Lots of interesting data in there Xbox Ahead of Tuesday's pre-trial hearing, Microsoft responds to FTC complaint... and everyone focuses on the exact wrong thing, again Microsoft's strategy for the FTC: Be the nice guy Alone in Big Tech, Microsoft embraces unions Here are the Games with Gold for January Epic Games settles with FTC, will pay $520 million fine Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Dump LastPass? App pick of the week: Xbox Live Gold Bourbon pick of the week: Fable & Folly by Orphan Barrel Hosts: Leo Laporte and Paul Thurrott Guest: Richard Campbell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsor: Melissa.com/twit
    1/4/2023
    2:58:08
  • WW 809: A Look Back at the Year - A look back at Windows Weekly's best moments in 2022
    Looking back on the year in Microsoft, from Paul's rants to Mary Jo's beer! The world of Windows has had one wild 2022! Activision Blizzard acquisition begins Autocorrect/autocomplete baffles Mary Jo! Experimenting with Ads in File Explorer!? Uh oh! Farewell to Clippy/Gottfried DuckDuckGo's controversial Microsoft problem Interrupted by a crisis in Leo's office! Zac Bowden & Rich Woods discuss the new Windows update schedule Live widget notifications are annoying! Outlook? More like Look-Out... for advertisements Multiple Apple integrations announced Mary Jo Foley's final beer pick of the week: Sororicide Revolver's 2022 mix is an incredible musical achievement Host: Leo Laporte Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UnifyMeeting.com code WW50 for subscription and code WW for displays drata.com/twit
    12/28/2022
    2:45:09

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