Microsoft’s earnings for this quarter are out, bringing their 2017 fiscal year to a close. Probably the most notable thing to take away from it all is Azure’s whopping 97% increase in revenue. Another item of note this week is that Windows 10 users on Intel’s Clover Trail processors are getting put on extended support until 2023 – an example that we’ll see more and more through the years as companies quit releasing drivers for hardware that has issues with future Windows 10 feature updates.
You can check out some of the various articles we talk about on this week’s episode by following the links below.
- Microsoft ends fiscal year 2017 with a bang as Azure revenue grows by 97%
- Looks like there is no such thing as the Windows 10 Autumn Creators Update after all
- Windows 10’s next major update won’t have the same name in all countries
- Windows 10’s new trick will make OS updates less disruptive
- Microsoft confirms Clover Trail users stranded on Anniversary Update
- Did Microsoft accidentally out their foldable “Surface phone”?
- Surprise: Windows 10 on ARM isn’t coming to existing phones
- Microsoft is testing a new design for Microsoft Account login pages across most of its services
- Xbox One users are getting My Little Pony error messages
- Destiny 2’s beta is now live on Xbox One
- Creator’s Collection games are now available on the Xbox One Insider Hub
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