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Goodbye, 2020. Hello, 2021!
2020 has come and gone, and 2021 marks the beginning of a new chapter with stories yet to be written. In this episode, we reminisce as we look back across the past year, the changes it brought, and take a look forward to 2021 and what the team expects next. Jason talks with the Windows Insider team, including program lead Amanda Langowski, Brandon LeBlanc, Vivek Elangovan, and Eddie Leonard.
Insider Currency Done Right
In this episode, we broach a new topic that hasn’t previously been discussed in-depth: what is Windows Currency? Project Manager Laura Finch from the Windows Fundamentals team joins us to provide an end-to-end overview of the importance of staying current with Windows preview builds.
In this month’s episode of the Windows Insider Podcast, Steve Syfuhs joins us from the Hybrid Identity group within Microsoft’s Cloud & AI org as we take a behind-the-scenes look at the login and authentication processes within Windows.
Servicing with a smile
In this episode, we’re joined by Jenelle Trimmell from the Windows Servicing & Delivery team to discuss the “Flight Like We Service” concept and explore how Windows Insiders contribute to the process of global Windows OS updates.
Redefining the Familiar
In this episode, guests Eric Papamarcos, Charles Taylor, and William Devereaux join us to discuss the history of changes and modern-day evolution of two iconic Windows features: Start Menu and Taskbar.
The Start of Something Different Part 2
In the second half of this month's two-part episode, we’re joined by Chris Guzak, a Principle Software Developer in Windows, to reflect on the history of Windows 95, including the Start Menu, Taskbar, as well as the early days of software usability testing.