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Mary Jo Foley
I am All About Microsoft on ZDNet (). Oh, and I am also sometimes (more often than not) all about craft beer.
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Mary Jo Foley 10h
Replying to @getwired
sending sunnier thoughts
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Mary Jo Foley 13h
Replying to @zacbowden
the new one looks like a toaster (it took me some searching to figure out which one was notepad.)
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Mary Jo Foley 13h
no tablets yet. but coming they say
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Jan Ketil Skanke [MVP] 13h
has released its new App for . Remember to update your App protection policies to include the new app. This is what you must add to your app list to stay procted:
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Mary Jo Foley 13h
Replying to @zacbowden
i actually didn't notice much difference. does it have rounded corners or something? :)
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Mary Jo Foley 13h
Replying to @zacbowden
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Mary Jo Foley 14h
New Windows 10 Fast Ring test build 19569 is out. It's got some of the coming redesigned app icons. Plus a few fixes:
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Mary Jo Foley 15h
Replying to @zkam
heh
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Mary Jo Foley 16h
Replying to @thurrott
ok. well maybe they can turn it into a fancy letter N... along the lines of the fancy "C" Chredge one
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Mary Jo Foley 16h
New Windows Weekly is out. We talk about Surface Laptop 3 'crackgate'; the updated Chredge roadmap; Windows 10 2004; Outlook Spaces; the new Office mobile app for Android and iOS and lots more:
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Mary Jo Foley 16h
Replying to @thurrott
<readies petition to keep the old notepad icon ... or at least force it to be released as free software!>
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Mary Jo Foley 16h
New episode available. Lots of Microsoft 365 listener questions and lots of answers, thanks to our special guest, Microsoft's . Transcript and audio both available now:
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Mary Jo Foley 17h
Replying to @WhatTheBit
Yeah. They changed the branding from Windows Defender to plain old Defender last year and brought it to Mac and announced plans for Linux, too: (more of the MS apps everywhere strategy)
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Mary Jo Foley 17h
Microsoft plans to open a new cloud datacenter region in Mexico (not sure when) which will offer Azure, O365 and Dynamics 365:
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Mary Jo Foley 18h
Replying to @dasprangz @AgentAkki
let's ask
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Mary Jo Foley 18h
Replying to @mattication @HariSeldn
bigger than just Excel Mobile by itself? Not bigger than the separate mobile versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps totaled, though, right?
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Mary Jo Foley 18h
Replying to @GlynPress
yep: Did you ever get a free replacement? Or a reduced cost one?
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Mary Jo Foley Feb 19
Replying to @HariSeldn
they're for 2 different types of users. if you need all the excel bells and whistles, you probably want the full excel mobile. if not and you just need it occasionally and lightly, use the new combined app
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Mary Jo Foley Feb 19
Replying to @teroalhonen
yeah. i guess i never really thought of it that way...
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Mary Jo Foley Feb 19
Replying to @HariSeldn
no. it's just another alternative
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