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  1. Joined : Sep 2014
    Hobart
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    Windows 10 Insider (fast ring)
       02 Mar 2015 #331

    Maybe calm down and take a breath
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  2. Joined : Nov 2013
    Idaho USA
    Posts : 4,534
    OS X, Win 10
       02 Mar 2015 #332

    sgage said: View Post
    Is there any fresh scuttlebutt on when the next build will drop? For all his back-pedaling, Aul clearly said it was coming by the end of February. Got a lot of people all ready and worked up, and then, fizzle. IMO, they're losing real cred by not getting it out there - they had some good momentum going, but it's sort of fading now...
    . . .really. . .
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  3. Joined : Nov 2013
    Toronto
    Posts : 4,288
    Win 10 Pro x64
       02 Mar 2015 #333

    This thread is open for the rest of the year unless the month is specified.
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  4. Joined : Nov 2013
    Idaho USA
    Posts : 4,534
    OS X, Win 10
       02 Mar 2015 #334

    Funny thing. . .if MS put out a 10 TP that was not up to par folks cry out those stupid people at MS have no idea what they are doing. . .Albeit when they work hard at attempting to get it right, but miss getting it out at a specific time then they are again stupid people who just can't get it right. . .go figure. . .
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  5. Joined : Sep 2014
    Hobart
    Posts : 50
    Windows 10 Insider (fast ring)
       02 Mar 2015 #335

    Welcome to the age of entitlement.
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  6. Joined : Oct 2014
    Polk County Texas USA
    Posts : 11,659
    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       02 Mar 2015 #336

    Lee said: View Post
    Funny thing. . .if MS put out a 10 TP that was not up to par folks cry out those stupid people at MS have no idea what they are doing. . .Albeit when they work hard at attempting to get it right, but miss getting it out at a specific time then they are again stupid people who just can't get it right. . .go figure. . .
    I am certainly not in the category you describe, nor have I ever been.

    I'm more upset that they didn't at least say something, rather than just let the drop slip without any comment at all.

    I'm with what the majority of folks have said . . . if it takes longer, it takes longer. Just keep us in the loop. We're insiders; and I would like to be treated as an insider.
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  7. Joined : Nov 2013
    Idaho USA
    Posts : 4,534
    OS X, Win 10
       02 Mar 2015 #337

    Wynona said: View Post
    I am certainly not in the category you describe, nor have I ever been.

    I'm more upset that they didn't at least say something, rather than just let the drop slip without any comment at all.

    I'm with what the majority of folks have said . . . if it takes longer, it takes longer. Just keep us in the loop. We're insiders; and I would like to be treated as an insider.
    Hi Girl, not pointing fingers. . .just . . .
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  8. Joined : Jun 2014
    Posts : 4,439
    Windows 10 Pro
       02 Mar 2015 #338

    I don't mind waiting for MS to get the next build right before they release it. Just don't lead me on and not deliver when they said it would be released. If the release date had to be pushed back we should have been told. Instead we get a I didn't say that statement.
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  9. Joined : Oct 2014
    Polk County Texas USA
    Posts : 11,659
    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       02 Mar 2015 #339

    Lee said: View Post
    Hi Girl, not pointing fingers. . .just . . .
    I know; some of us are just more impatient than others. I was really looking forward to the next drop, but right now I don't see it coming for awhile. Thankfully, something else came up in the beta department that will occupy my time for a bit.

    Greg Aul sent out insider letters today, but I didn't get one. I got one last time, so I'm thinking they'll go out in batches.
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  10. Joined : Oct 2013
    Penns Forrest
    Posts : 3,506
    Win_8.1-Pro, Win_10.1607-Pro, Mint_17.3
       03 Mar 2015 #340

    What else is MS doing?
    Universal Foldable Keyboard

    10 Satya Nadella Quotes That Tell Us What He’ll Do As Microsoft’s CEO
    Now that Satya Nadella has become Microsoft’s new CEO that everyone wants to know, what will he do? Though considered a falling star, Microsoft remains formidable, and Nadella’s actions could turn the company into a comeback kid. Here are ten quotes that hint at the path Nadella will take as Redmond’s head cheese.


    "Our industry does not respect tradition – it only respects innovation."

    "Be passionate and bold. Always keep learning. You stop doing useful things if you don’t learn."

    "Our job is to ensure Microsoft will thrive in a mobile and cloud-first world."

    "In the post-Snowden world, you need to enable others to build their own cloud and have mobility of applications. That’s both because of the physicality of computing–where the speed of light still matters–and because of geopolitics."

    "Over the next 10 years, we’ll reach a point where nearly everything has become digitized."

    "Devices are where experiences come together. On Surface Pro, a lot of the experience is on the device, but all of the applications that run on the device have back ends in the cloud."

    "I think playing cricket taught me more about working in teams and leadership that has stayed with me throughout my career."

    "You’re trying to take something that can be described in many, many sentences and pages of prose, but you can convert it into a couple lines of poetry and you still get the essence, so it’s that compression. The best code is poetry."

    "We will continue to make strides in providing innovation in the realm of connected systems that bridge the unstructured world of human processes with the structured world of business applications."

    "I'm also grounded in our challenges, in fact, that’s the adventure […] which creates the competitive zeal in me to do great work."

    There’s no doubt that Nadella comes off as a softer, more open individual than either Ballmer or Gates, and that might lead some to fear that he lacks the courage needed to move a company like Microsoft forward. As this quote shows, it’d be a mistake to think that the new CEO has no competitive spirit. He does; but unlike Ballmer, who was driven by sales, Nadella is driven by innovation and conquering technological challenges.

    And that may be just what Microsoft needs.
    Microsoft confirms that Spartan will be in the next Windows 10 preview release
    Microsoft has been working on a new browser that they currently call Project Spartan. While the name has not been finalized, this new browser represents a break from Internet Explorer and has many new features too.

    At Mobile World Congress today, Microsoft confirmed that Spartan will be included in the next preview release of Windows 10. Many were hoping that Microsoft would have released a build in February but alas, it is now March which means that the last release came in late January.

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    A first look at the Windows 10 universal app platform
    Kevin Gallo said:
    March 2, 2015

    Earlier today at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, I provided developers a first look at the Windows 10 developer platform strategy and universal app platform. I encourage you to tune in to our Build conference in April for the full story.

    Windows 10 represents the culmination of our platform convergence journey with Windows now running on a single, unified Windows core. This convergence enables one app to run on every Windows device – on the phone in your pocket, the tablet or laptop in your bag, the PC on your desk, and the Xbox console in your living room. And that’s not even mentioning all the new devices being added to the Windows family, including the HoloLens, Surface Hub, and IoT devices like the Raspberry Pi 2. All these Windows devices will now access one Store for app acquisition, distribution and update.

    For APIs specific to a given device family (e.g. a phone dialer), the universal platform also provides an easy way to light up that functionality within an app without having to resort to using conditional compiler flags.

    Today I’ll briefly touch on how this new platform delivers on the three platform goals I discussed in January:
    1.Driving scale through reach across device type
    2.Delivering unique experiences
    3.Maximizing developer investments

    You can expect us to go into all of the universal platform technical details at Build.

    Driving scale through reach across device types with mobile experiences
    To understand why we converged Windows into one core and one developer platform, it’s worth examining how the customers’ relationship with their devices and the experience they expect has changed. The explosive growth in mobile devices over the last decade has led to the creation of totally new app experiences and has driven an extension of existing web experiences to enable developers to reach customers in innovative and unique ways. Until now, mobile experiences have largely meant app and web experiences built for mobile devices – most often defined by the phone you carry with you.

    But this is increasingly too narrow a definition for a growing number of customers who want their experiences to be mobile across ALL their devices and to use whatever device is most convenient or productive for the task at hand.

    We see this preference for mobile experiences manifest itself most profoundly in what customers search for in the Store. Just a year ago, the experiences customers sought on Windows phones were different from tablet, which were different again from laptops and PCs, and different from the game console. This has changed – rapidly. Today, the top Store searches for each device type overlap significantly, both across and within app categories.

    Building a platform that supports this new world of mobile experiences requires not only supporting a number of screen sizes, but also providing flexibility in interaction models, whether it be touch, mouse & keyboard, a game controller or a pen. As a customer flows across their devices, they will often quickly transition from touch gestures (e.g. selecting a song or playlist, reading a news feed or document or viewing pictures from a trip) to keyboard & mouse for productivity (e.g. managing their playlist, writing a new blog post, or touching up that video or photo for sharing). To bridge the device gap (how many devices does a customer really want to carry with them?), the industry is seeing the emerging trend of multi-modal devices, like the 2-in-1 Surface Pro 3. Within app experiences, an increasing number of apps handle this exact scenario – except developers are bridging this gap by building one or more mobile apps, a desktop application, and a website. We believe this can and should be easier.

    With Windows 10, we are leading a new path forward for mobile experiences – breaking out of the limited box of just mobile devices and empowering customers take full advantage of all of the screens in their life. For Windows, these mobile experiences are powered by our one Windows core and the universal app platform.

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    Windows 10: Everything we know about the future of Windows
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