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For a free 10 day trial visit Lynda. And by, Blue Apron. Blue Apron will send you all the ingredients to cook fresh, delicious meals with simple step by step instructions right to your door. Paul Thurrott: About time. What do you got? Mary Jo Foley: This week we found out when we think the launch of Windows 10 is going to be. Mary Jo: Well we know a little more now. Could you be a little more specific? What she, she inadvertently said something? She was talking on the AMD analyst call and she mentioned with the Windows 10 launch at the end of July, blah, bla, blah.
Oh my. Did she say it as though hey we know it is then or this is kind of the time. Does she literally think July is the only month in summer? It was yeah.
July would be really kind of early, yeah. So now this is setting off a wave of panic I would say because a lot of the testers who have been working with. Mostly by people who have used the product. I was going to say people who are trying Windows 10 are like July? Rugged, wow.
Is it? So now the question becomes if this end of July date is correct for launch which I hear from my contacts it is, what does that really mean? Does that mean RTM? Does it mean any hardware is available at that point? But also, you know what we do know is what the did with the last build of Windows, Windows 8.
They keep on making updates and fixes so, did they? Yeah okay so when you get your new PC the first thing that happens or one of the first things is you get all these updates delivered down to your PC all the things that they fixed and updated since they actually RTM the code right?
Does it Leo? It seems to me. Yes, a lot. Just as Windows 7 was right for XP users people who had skipped Vista, this is the Windows 8 skippers. I mean who are they really screwing over there?
What if they do get it wrong? Are they absolutely, well. Nobody really uses it. Except for Hololens now right. Well the end of July is the back to school deadline. It is. But better than October. What if it is the end of July? I mean when does that, what goes on next? Well they have to declare it feature complete. If it has then people have a right to get angry. I would be very surprised, very surprised.
Could they have been holding back versions that are much more feature complete? Actually you mentioned earlier this notion of 2 releases of Windows 10 essentially in , and if you think back to Windows Vista they did a business launch in, I want to say November, and then the consumer launch was probably February or whatever the following year and so there was some number of months between them. Yeah, that sounds plausible.
Wow, wow, wow. Paul is just shaking his head. That, wow! It would not be good to release prematurely. Yeah, as crazy as that sounds, I know. Yeah, formally number one right? Formally number one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten. The Office is number 1, and then Enterprise stuff like you know the cloud, Azure, data base and blah, blah, blah is number 2, Windows is 3.
Can I talk about this asked Paul. Mary Jo tell me can I say Leo: Paul, you may speak. The whole point of an operating system was. I think that by making Windows 10 work like a mobile operating system like a cloud service or whatever makes sense and that you know the only way that July makes any sense at all is if the backend of this is happening as well. More details on This Week in Google. Sorry about that. It is pretty, it is. Yeah, so gorgeous.
Did you see the blogpost on Metro? I thought that was kind of interesting, well I guess you wrote about it. And this was a guy who worked at Microsoft? He was like a design lead on Windows Phone, no he works with Twitter now. So he can tell the truth. Do we know who this is? He was on Reddit right? Well long story short, you certainly can read the post I wrote but you could read the whole Reddit chat if you want to, I find this stuff to be kind of fascinating.
Me too. Why do I want to make it easy to use photos on our service and photos from another service? Even if it is, you know, better. Yeah there are, there are.
So much comes back to the hamburger menu. It all comes back to the hamburger menu. By the way I have zero problems with the hamburger menu. So what does he say about the hamburger menu? You know you try different things and then what you realize is frankly we really do have to go this way.
But he said something like Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel, so what are you kidding me? He said this thing has thousands of commands, you can't, he said I challenge you to come up with a user interface that works better than this. Yes it is, we can now tell the truth. Well maybe it is at Twit Leo. I am sitting on a throne right now.