The next MJFChat is between me and Russell Smith, an IT consultant, trainer and author. We'll be talking all about Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser.
Microsoft currently offers Edge in three flavors for Windows 10: Canary, Developer, and Beta. For now, you can only install the Canary flavor on older versions of Windows while Windows 10 does offer a Developer release; there is no Beta of Edge available at this time.
Because I heard you missed me, I’m back, this edition of Short Takes looks at Surface Flub 2S, Waas and Windows 7, it’s like a riding a bike, Microsoft makes AI and refuses to sell it to customers, Google introduces a browser ballot, and so much more.
Because Windows 7 ain’t going to put itself out to pasture, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s new Windows 7 end of support warning Google’s new browser ballot idea, insecure Nokia handsets, Apple’s coming news service, and Facebook’s inability to do anything right.
Because it’s the ides of March, this edition of Short Takes looks at Huawei’s Plan B, a Windows 7 courtesy reminder, Windows 10 automatic driver rollback, Microsoft v. Foxconn, and much, much more.
Starting next month, Microsoft will be rolling out 'nag' screens for Windows 7 that will inform you that the OS will soon reach its end of life servicing.
Because I want to be your Valentine, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s weird criticism of its own product, a Windows 7 paid support leak, fake 5G network branding that needs to be taken down, Apple’s FaceTime bug, and much more.
With Windows 7 support coming to an end next year, Microsft has announced pricing for extending Windows 7 support for commercial customers.
Because I’m stuck in this polar vortex, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s and Apple’s earnings, Microsoft’s Super Bowl ad, a slow-moving October Update for Windows 10, and much, much more.
Windows 7 will reach end of life in 52 weeks, but with more than 400 million customers still running Windows 7, Microsoft has a big challenge in front of it.
Microsoft says that half of its commercial customers are now running Windows 10 but how will they get the other half to upgrade before the deadline hits?
Because just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft's continued concessions to the customers that matter most, an Office 365 throttling issue, weather v. Microsoft, and much more.
Microsoft has announced that they will offer extended support for Windows 7 but unlike with Windows XP, it will not be free.
Microsoft is expanding the reach of ATP and will soon offer it for users of Windows 7 but only if you are also running Windows 10.
Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system is making inroads in the corporate world but it may not be fast enough to overtake Windows 7 before that platform reaches its end of life.