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A weekly look at all things Microsoft, including Windows, Office, Xbox, Enterprise, and more. Join Leo Laporte and two of the foremost Windows watchers in the world, Paul Thurrott of and Richard Campbell. Records live every Wednesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.


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Latest Episodes

It's a BIG news episode this week, as Leo Laporte and Paul Thurrott discuss the sudden departure of Panos Panay from Microsoft to Amazon. Did he jump or get pushed out of the company? Leo and Paul also dive into a massive leaked memo about Microsoft'... more

3 days ago

The latest updates to Windows 11, including the removal of legacy troubleshooting tools. Paul, Richard, and Mikah also discuss Windows 365 integration with Android phones, the new iPhone models, and Qualcomm supplying 5G modems to Apple. Plus, the fu... more

9 days ago

Leo, Paul, and Richard discuss issues with the reliability of File Explorer (is XAML the root cause?), Microsoft's decision to retire WordPad, antitrust lawsuits and investigations into Big Tech companies, Microsoft's upcoming Surface(?) event, autom... more

17 days ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 1.2k ratings
  • Richard Campbell needs to do a podcast on brown liquor.

    edgar algiere
    5 months ago
  • A good ride

    It was a good ride but it’s just not the same show without Mary Jo.

    Apple Podcasts
    Rob Stanfield
    United States5 months ago
  • Focus has changed without Mary Jo

    Since bringing Richard in as the new co-host, the show spends more time on developer topics or the inside workings of Windows. I miss the 365 or enterprise topics they used to discuss. Still a worthy listen for IT but less applicable information than there used to be.

    Apple Podcasts
    Cat Daddyx2
    United States5 months ago
  • Hard No! to Richard Campbell

    We’re witnessing the death of once great podcast and really, I think, of a podcast network. Welcome to old guys talking about random stuff. The worst possible choice to replace Mary Jo. This podcast was already pretty much unlistenable without Mary Jo Foley. Now it has tipped the scales entirely. Every show on Twit has become nothing but inside baseball. I don’t think they care about being interesting or on topic anymore.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 months ago
  • Been a longtime listener

    I started listening when it started, before Mary Jo joined. It’s remained one of my favourites even as I’ve moved away from Windows. It’s just a great trio of hosts, with great personalities and quirks, that make for an entertaining listen.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago

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