Windows news recap: Windows 11 hits ready for broad deployment status, Microsoft Teams arrives in Microsoft Store, and more
Welcome back to our Windows news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.
Windows 11 hits a big milestone as it is now ready for broad deployment
Windows 11 has now hit ‘ready for broad deployment’ status, which essentially means that it is ready to be installed on any Windows 10 PC that meets the minimum requirements; a big milestone in pushing Windows 11 adoption.
Microsoft Teams and Windows 11 compromised on the first day of Pwn2Own 2022
On the first day of the Pwn2Own 2022 event, both Microsoft Teams and Windows 11 were compromised. Hector Peralta made $150,000 off of an improper configuration flaw in Microsoft Teams.
Apple’s AR/VR project began with Windows-powered prototypes
A new report suggests that Apple presented a proof-of-concept for its AR/VR project to former US Vice President Al Gore and former Disney CEO Bob Iger, in which it reportedly used a Windows-powered device to show its idea, as Apple’s desktop and iPhone platforms had no substantial AR/VR presence.
Microsoft Teams is now available in the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 and Windows 11
Microsoft Teams is now available to download via the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 and 11, making it easier and quicker to obtain Teams and keep it up to date.
— Mik Chernomordikov (@mix) May 16, 2022
That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Windows news.