Does Twitter need an edit button, what’s new in Windows 11: Vertical Hold ep 373

Will adding a Twitter button fix the social media giant’s problems, or make them worse? What new features are coming to Windows 11 — and how might they change the way you work? Special guest Finder’s Angus Kidman!

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It’s a big week in social media, with Elon Musk buying up a huge chunk of Twitter — and his way onto the social media giant’s board — with the promises of a Twitter edit button. But would the ability to fix our typos be outweighed by the potential for misinformation if we can’t trust that a Tweet says what it always said?

Meanwhile, Microsoft’s Hybrid Work event brought with it a whole slew of Windows upgrades, from tab support for File Explorer to Autopatching, AI-led eye tracking to full Cloud Windows 11 machines for businesses. How is Microsoft preparing for the future of work?

We’re joined this week by Finder’s Angus Kidman!


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