Excited (or worried) about Windows Recall AI feature? Mac has had it for two years

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Having announced copilot+arm, Microsoft just killed windows for consumers and the enterprise.
 

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Having announced copilot+arm, Microsoft just killed windows for consumers and the enterprise.
How so? I didn't see any announcement of discontinuing Intel/AMD PCs. There is just this new family that could have benefits for both consumers and enterprises. Recall can be turned off, in any case.
 

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How so? I didn't see any announcement of discontinuing Intel/AMD PCs. There is just this new family that could have benefits for both consumers and enterprises. Recall can be turned off, in any case.

Well the last time Microsoft tried to push arm to consumers and the enterprise…..

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Their surface business has pretty much collapsed

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And looks like their new surface is being manufactured in extremely small quantities.
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Yes recall is opt out not opt in, and in traditional Microsoft fashion will be turned on after an any update.
 

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They changed that pretty quick

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Didn’t realize they just announced it an hour ago, ed left that out.
Because I don’t spend my life spying on Microsoft or Apple on the Internet.

I gave the info I had in hand at the moment I posted.
 

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Because I don’t spend my life spying on Microsoft or Apple on the Internet.

I gave the info I had in hand at the moment I posted.

But that’s exactly what you did, about 5 min after Microsoft released it.

Except you left out that it was just released.
 

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But that’s exactly what you did, about 5 min after Microsoft released it.
I was reading news on my lunch break 🤦‍♂️

It was in Windows Central's RSS feed when I got to it. So, I was might as well share it here, because it was mentioned a couple of days ago… but hey, believe what you will.
 

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I was reading news on my lunch break

It was in Windows Central's RSS feed when I got to it. So, I was might as well share it here, because it was mentioned a couple of days ago… but hey, believe what you will.

Ofcourse, just left out that it was a recent change to the “spyware”
 

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So I have been "spying" on Microsoft and there is an update. Apperently recall won’t ship wit copilot next week, Microsoft recall has been recalled.


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Recall was cancelled because it has "huge security holes" and the feature is a "dumpster fire"
None of those links mention a cancellation.

Please source where you saw a cancellation. All I have read so far mention a postponement.
 

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None of those links mention a cancellation.

Please source where you saw a cancellation. All I have read so far mention a postponement.


Microsoft cancelled the launch of recall due to security holes in the software, haven’t you read the articles I posted.
 

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