Introduction

A special note for Windows Secrets lifetime subscribers

An important clarification for who have supported Windows Secrets with a lifetime subscription.

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Coming changes to the Windows Secrets newsletter

Back in mid-October, I wrote the Windows Secrets would be going through a number of changes. Next week, we’re launching Windows Secrets 2.0, an update of your favorite newsletter with in a new format and expanded coverage. Here’s what’s changing.

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Windows Secrets takes its holiday break

There will be no Dec. 31 issue. Look for the next full Windows Secrets in your inbox on Jan. 7!

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Happy holiday to all who celebrate Thanksgiving

For many in the U.S., the last week of November is a time of travel, companionship, and a special feast. It’s also time for thinking about those things we’re thankful for. We at Windows Secrets are especially appreciative of all of you who have supported the newsletter over the years.

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Changes coming to the Windows Secrets newsletter

In the Oct. 1 issue, I noted that Windows Secrets subscribers will see changes in the newsletter. Here’s what we’re working on.

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Windows Secrets celebrates Issue 500

Founded by well-known tech writers Brian Livingston and Woody Leonhard, Windows Secrets was born in 2004 with the tagline: “Everything Microsoft forgot to mention.” For over a decade, through changes in technology, upheavals at Microsoft, and the rise of the “Internet of Things,” we’ve kept that thought as our guiding principle.

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Windows Secrets New Year’s special edition

As noted in the previous issue, this New Year’s edition of Windows Secrets contains republished versions of some of your favorite stories.

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Windows Secrets taking a holiday break

Like most of Windows Secrets readers, the newsletter’s contributors and editors are looking forward to visiting friends and family during the end-of-year holiday season.

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A remote Windows Secrets Thanksgiving

To celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, Windows Secrets’ editor in chief is on the road, visiting family. This age of Internet everywhere and mobile computing makes remote publishing relatively easy — especially with a bit of preparation.

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