It’s not surprising that 2022, after two years of a global epidemic that has returned workers, workers, and supply chain like pool balls, will be a little strange. Microsoft found it confusing, a bit haphazard, and filled with unexpected successes.
Microsoft’s Surface Division? Boring, but with a little bit of life. Windows? Unexpectedly odd. We were astonished at the rest. As we sit beside our glowing monitor, a cup of (fortified?) tea is waiting for us. Here are the triumphs and failures of our mouse pad. What is the point of all this nonsense?Microsoft Moments 2022.
Surface Pro 9 (5G): WIN
We were among the few publications that actually LovedThe Surface Pro 9 (5G)Arm’s tablet has some compatibility issues that are similar to its predecessors. Surface-on-Arm was designed to run the most important Microsoft apps, such as Office, Edge, Teams, and Office. Surface Pro 9 (5G), is able to do this well enough to receive our stamp of approval.
We have been criticized WindowsDue to performance issues, Arm machines have not been used before. In part, compatibility issues and poor processor performance can lead to a sub-par user experience. Although it’s odd to limit the 5G option to the Arm platform, it doesn’t really impact the Surface Pro 9 experience.
Arm v Qualcomm: FAIL
The Surface Pro 9 (5G) is a jumbled mess. Qualcomm is the exclusive provider of Windows on Arm PCs. involved in a patent lawsuit with its IP provider, ArmAny stillIt is not settled.
Qualcomm Snapdragon processors don’t have a great reputation in the PC space — see Surface Pro 9 (5G) above. Arm is challenging Nuvia’s next-generation Arm designs in court. Arm claims they are not covered under Qualcomm’s licensing agreement. These Nuvia chips due late 2023Despite months of Intel/AMD scheduling shipments, the new Snapdragon mobile processors are expected to be significantly better than the old ones. Qualcomm still has the great phone business to rely on. But what about Windows on Arm? A disaster is on the horizon.
Surface Laptop 5: Yes.
We too The Surface Laptop 5 was reviewed positivelyIt is not because it falls on multiple fronts, if any. The Surface Laptop 5 is EA Sports’ laptop edition, virtually unchanged from generation to generation. However, there have been a few name modifications to justify the premium price. There are some nice upgrades. Thunderbolt 4 is a huge favorite of ours (for Microsoft Audio Dock, hurray!)The Surface Dock is being replaced by Thunderbolt devices is a positive. However, we don’t believe that Dell or HP have made any effort to improve their laptops as part of the Surface Laptop line.
Surface Laptop Go 2: Failed
Microsoft continues to flirt in budget laptops and they keep coming back up quite a lot. At $799.99 Surface Laptop Go 2 It can’t offer the same quality as Acer and Asus laptops, but it could offer a budget-friendly option. It is also unfair to claim that it did not live up to the standards of other manufacturers. Microsoft included Windows 7 in the product, and also added a Core chip of the eleventh generation. Then there’s theThe holiday price dropped to $649.99.
We believe that consumers would be best served looking elsewhere. But, Microsoft knows what it has to do and seems to be actively working on it. While we think it’s too late for us to reach our goals, the Surface Laptop Go 3 could be the real winner if Microsoft can continue to keep the costs down.
Surface Laptop SE Failed
The Surface Laptop SEWas after OtherYou can also use a Chromebook or a cheaper PC. Microsoft claimed that it will ship the SE laptop along with similar third-party hardware, a simplified version Windows 11 SE and some other hardware in early 2022. Although Microsoft’s new laptop was reviewed by a few websites, it vanished into the black hole. Maybe it was the Bermuda Triangle.
Xbox Adaptive Computer Peripherals:
You don’t have to use Microsoft Adaptive PC Peripherals. It’s great that Microsoft continues thinking, adapting, and designing for those who need help with PC games. That’s where it all begins. Microsoft Adaptive Mouse, Microsoft Adaptive Hub, and Microsoft Adaptive Buttons Enter.
Although Microsoft didn’t state it, designing for people with disabilities is similar to the space race. By solving problems that you would normally ignore, you will learn more than you might otherwise. Take the adaptive mouse, for example — by swapping out the thumb support, you can turn your right mouse into a left mouse. This is quite impressive.
Microsoft HoloLens failed
Microsoft’s HoloLens started dying the moment the company migrated away from the consumer to the enterprise — sorry, Microsoft. But 2022 was a terrible year for Microsoft’s AR headsets. DoD reports on operational delays from 2021 to 2022. I finishThese devices still need to be refined before they are ready for use by the US military. This could lead to Microsoft’s $22 Billion contract being delayed.
He said that she spoke about whether she was a singles in the early 2022’s. HoloLens 3 will be cancelledIt was certainly not helpful that Alex Kipman, HoloLens’ lead, was said to have had Act inappropriately towards women. Kipman is no more with the company. With Kipman gone and the Department of Defense on the ropes, HoloLens is one of Microsoft’s main headaches — and, ironically, one of the Department of Defense’s main complaints against its use.
Microsoft Teams: Playing games: WTF
Are you a gamer? Great. Are you a good friend? Even better. But do you play games via Microsoft Teams? What? Yes, if it is multiplayer minesweeperYou can do whatever you want, now it’s your turn You play multiplayer games during your next Teams conference callYou can make it happen or not. This is what Elon Musk intends to do. He will drill the engineer who found the bomb and fire him. Yes, you can even crack Solitaire Solitaire and play with friends. Are you running out of ideas for Teams to join?
The free consumer version continues to fail. Communities just won’t save it.
Microsoft Clipchamp: Windows
Windows 10 hit the market on the shoulders of an ambitious creative effort, with everything from mixed reality to a dynamic mobile platform to a whole host of creative apps — all pretty much blown up. Microsoft, shocked, has returned to its winning strategy: productivity apps that make money.
But in 2021 Microsoft has bought Clipchampa web-based video editing platform — and boy, what a breath of fresh air. I adore clipchamp. It’s simple, easy, powerful, and fun to use. It’s a tool that must be appreciated and should be used to communicate to Microsoft that we need more creativity in Microsoft 365 and Windows. This is clearly Microsoft’s greatest success in 2022. I hope the company can continue to move forward.
Microsoft Designer WIN
They continued to build on it. The rapid rise in AI art (and AI overall) is as alarming as it has been fast. This could lead to big changes in art and design, writing, and even art itself. Internet structureAs a whole. AI Art excels in creating custom art according to your specifications. What is the downside to this? It is not always delivered on time and there are often limits or prices attached to the number you can place.
The designer uses artificial intelligence to quickly and efficiently integrate it into the creative process. For us Microsoft Designer Preview It shows that Microsoft has meticulously built the art of AI into its workflow — and it does so (from what we’ve seen) with almost no limits on the generative process. You can include 100 images in your brochure if you wish. You can’t create AI art outside the creative workflow. But you can. Image creator for Microsoft Edge. (The image generator is not yet live, however. You can check.)
We haven’t used the original OneNote ink version. Microsoft Magazine, Widely. Redmond is experiencing a creative renaissance, according to rave reviews in Microsoft Store.
Windows 11 2022 Update: PUSH
It’s not too bad. After years of being fed almost nothing for years, Microsoft decided to give it a try with a major update…and made quite a splash. The great features of Windows 11 October 2022 UpdateSnap Bar reworks Snap on multiple screens, thanks to Live Captions. Clipchamp is an amazing person. Windows Spotlight is also a great tool. Is it really possible to drag and drop files onto the taskbar for everyone?
The fact that Microsoft had to release an update update to offer additional features, though….
Microsoft felt strongly that Windows would get new features on a set schedule. It was April and September at one point. Companies need a schedule they can plan for, and consumers want to know when new features will be released so they can plan or block them.
Microsoft has abandoned all of this. Microsoft will now Add new Windows features whenever you wantEach on its own schedule. Twice per year? Do you know who twelve times a calendar year? Who do you know? Quietly drive them to your Windows PCS is all you need. We love innovation and new features, but we don’t want to offend anyone. If you are going to make a change in the way a computer works then why not tell others? App developers use the changelog to notify users of new updates. Microsoft? Nah.
October Moment in Windows 11: What the Heck?
Microsoft released its first version Patch for Windows 11 2022 UpdateLast October, also known as the Windows 11 October Update (22H2), was not a success. Microsoft also decided to abandon the “moment”, a moniker Microsoft uses internally to describe new features. Instead, they are called “experiments”.
It’s almost like an English teacher setting up their home during quarantine. You can use a PDF screen reader to make a Zoom phone call or turn on a PDF monitor for a PDF screen. (Yes, that was very specific. This was not the case. The newFeatures are just a set o make-up features that Windows provided apparently for course credit.
They are great! File Explorer’s tabbed browser is very useful, despite it being simple – but we prefer a bit more formality to the whole process. This seems more like something we might see on Twitter than in a company that is run by adults. At least you have until 2025 to run Windows 10. Oder vielleicht? Windows 12 operating system?
We laugh, and we laugh. From PCWorld, happy holidays to Microsoft and all of you. You have 10 little-known Windows tips that will blow your mind. Here until 2023!
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