In January we finally said goodbye to Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Microsoft made its new Edge browser generally available, fixed a search bug in File Explorer, and started rolling out Calls in Your Phone for Windows 10 19H1 and newer.
Because Microsoft announced its most recent quarterly earnings this week, this edition of Short Takes is going to obsess over the results, with a deeper dive into key parts of the business.
Because it’s been a while, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s new carbon-negative push, thanking the NSA for finding a serious Windows 10 flaw, Microsoft’s new Edge browser, a new Walkie-Talkie feature coming to Teams, and much, much more.
Today is the day that many have likely feared for years, Windows 7 is officially reaching its end of support today. What this means is that starting tomorrow, if a vulnerability is discovered, Microsoft likely won’t patch it (for free) and your device will now be exposed.
Windows 7 reaches end-of-life, Microsoft throws Windows a lifeline with Windows 10X, Windows 10 gets another major feature update, and Windows Server continues to support Azure.
Because the year is winding down, this edition of Short Takes looks at the terrible new direction of the Windows Insider Program, New Edge is to browsers as New Coke was to cola, Windows 7 and Microsoft Security Essentials, and much, much more. Now they’re just messing with us Keeping track of how the Windows [...]
This month sees Microsoft patch a zero-day in IE, a security advisory for TPMs, and release the Windows 10 November 2019 Update for seekers.
Because this is the best reason to go to Florida, this special edition of Short Takes looks at the biggest announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2019.
Microsoft's new Edge browser is nearly complete and the company is introducing a new icon and privacy features with the impeding release.
Our next MJFChat is between me and Aaron Suzuki, Founder of SmartDeploy. The timely topic of our conversation: Windows 10 Migration and Management Strategies.
Because it’s that time of the quarter, this edition of Short Takes looks solely at Microsoft’s quarterly earnings report, which was huge for Commercial Cloud, Microsoft 365, and Windows, and not so much for Surface and Xbox. Right. Nothing changed.
If you find that you need updates for Windows 7 after January 2020, here are the three options that Microsoft offers to keep your devices secure.
Microsoft's new Edge browser is ready for beta testing but don't expect the final release to be available anytime soon.
On this edition of the Enterprise Dish, we dive into working with the complexities of upgrading uncommon Windows 7 devices, the new 'wormable' Windows exploits, and a little bit about blackberries too.
This month Microsoft patches ‘wormable’ vulnerabilities in Remote Desktop that it discovered during routine hardening, remote code execution flaws in Edge and IE, and a new advisory for LDAP security is issued for Active Directory.