In the latest episode of the Windows Weekly podcast, Mary Jo, Leo and I discuss Redmond's snowpocalypse, the ReFS file system for Windows Server 8, the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, some interesting Windows 8 hardware requirements, possible Windows Phone licensing fees, Dave Cutler's move to the Xbox team, ex-Microsoftie Bill Veghte's oversight of webOS, Xbox LIVE Music, and a Microsoft earnings preview.
Running time: 1:40:42
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