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Richard Hay

Jacksonville, FL

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 263 #OTP

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Welcome to Episode 263 of Observed Tech. I am excited to unveil the new Observed Tech PODCAST Logo with this episode. The anchor element of the logo, which you will see across all properties that publish the show, includes an awesome hand drawn headshot by fellow Microsoft MVP @reverentgeek. The background is of course my favorite color of blue, #004A7F, the same I use here on WindowsObserver.com. After fawning over the new logo, I jump in and talk about the latest on Windows 10 Redstone 4 and Redstone 5 development builds. We unexpectedly got a new build this past week that quickly made its way from Fast Ring into Slow after four days. Less than an hour later it was already in Release Preview ring for testers. Can you say release fever? Anyway, I then spend some time talking about the whole Windows 10 Redstone 4 Build 17133 process and why the community needs to stop focusing on RTM builds. In reality there is no such build anymore when it comes to Windows. Build 17133 was simply a Release Preview and that information came directly from the testing ring it was released to - no guessing required. Anyway - we need a new approach so I make my case for that for a pretty good chunk of the show. My show - my soapbox! Of course, there are other news headlines throughout the show so be sure to listen all the way until the end and not miss anything. As always enjoy the show and thanks again for listening!

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 262 #OTP

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Welcome to episode 262 of Observed Tech. Although there was very little Windows Insider activity this past week, I have some stats to hare from Windows Insider Chief Ninjatcat Dona Sarkar. She shared some details about the program including good news from a meeting with Executive Vice President Scot...

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 261 #OTP

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Welcome to episode 261 of Observed Tech. This week I am still dealing with some tickles in my throat so apologies for coughing in your ears during this show!

However, despite that we talk about a bug I am experiencing on at least two of my bare metal test devices running Windows 10 Redstone 4 Build...

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 260 #OTP

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Welcome to episode 260 of Observed Tech. This week we focus on the big news that recently came out of Redmond - the massive reorganization at Microsoft which includes the departure of Windows CVP Terry Myerson and the splitting up of the Windows team across two engineering groups. This change, which...

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 259 #OTP

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Welcome to episode 259 of Observed Tech. It has been a while - much too long - but travel and being sick just crippled any extracurricular activity for me over the last month since our last show however, as always we are back behind the microphone and ready to catch up with everyone. We begin that c...

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 258 #OTP

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Welcome to episode 258 of Observed Tech. This week I share my initial impressions of the Surface Book 2 which arrived earlier this week for my hands on experience. I include a few comparisons to the OG Surface Book that I have been using for the last three years. Then we get to talk about Qualcomm,...

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