Welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-seven (127th) edition of the Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight weekly Windows 365 news, free events, tips, and tricks from the world of the Cloud PC.

I hate computers

In a thought-provoking blog post, Ola Ström shares a personal epiphany about the frustrations of computer hardware issues, leading to a broader reflection on the potential of cloud-based computing with Windows 365 to simplify and improve the work experience. Highlighting the inefficiency of traditional troubleshooting and the appeal of device independence, the post advocates for a shift towards automated updates and cloud PCs to minimize reliance on physical devices. This perspective suggests a future where technology enables more streamlined and efficient workflows, reducing hardware complexities and fostering greater flexibility in how we work
Read the full blog-post here: I hate computers

Mastering Windows 365: The ultimate guide to designing, delivering, and managing architectures for Windows 365 Cloud PCs

We’re thrilled to announce a significant milestone for the publication, “Mastering Windows365.” It has been officially selected for inclusion in the Microsoft Redmond Library, a testament to the quality and impact of the work. This honor places their book alongside many other distinguished titles within the Microsoft campus, highlighting its value and contribution to the field.
Get your copy here: Mastering Windows 365: The ultimate guide to designing, delivering, and managing architectures for Windows 365 Cloud PCs

Windows in the Cloud – Upcoming event

Join us for an exciting new episode of “Windows in the Cloud” next week, where we’ll dive deep into the latest on Windows365 Boot for dedicated devices, including Windows Hello support, branding options, and so much more!

This is a fantastic opportunity to hear directly from our engineering experts, Rinku Stephen, Elina Luthra, and Derek Liu, as they unveil new features and insights.
This is a fantastic opportunity to hear directly from our engineering experts, Rinku Stephen, Elina Luthra, and Derek Liu, as they unveil new features and insights.
Registration is free! Secure your spot now by visiting: Unveiling New Features: Windows 365 Boot for Dedicated Devices

As we wrap up this edition of the W365 Community Newsletter, we want to extend our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you for being an integral part of our journey. Your engagement, insights, and enthusiasm continue to drive the growth and evolution of our community. Remember, every comment, question, and contribution helps us all to learn, innovate, and advance together in the ever-evolving world of Windows 365.

Looking ahead, we’re excited about the future developments, events, and opportunities to connect that are on the horizon. Stay tuned for more updates, and don’t hesitate to reach out to us with your ideas, feedback, or stories you’d like to share. Together, we’re not just exploring the potential of cloud computing—we’re shaping it.

Until next time, keep innovating, keep engaging, and let’s continue to build a stronger W365 Community together. Here’s to pushing boundaries and achieving new milestones in the months ahead!

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