By Dervish / Last update December 31, 2021

Microsoft announced that it will launch an online program called West Coast time on January 5, 2022, and it will be broadcast every Wednesday at 8 am, and each episode will be updated in the form of 30 minutes. The topic will be discussed with the Windows operating system. Related information.

According to Microsoft’s program manager Kayla Cinnamon, the content of the "Windows Wednesday" program will cover Windows-related topics and will be discussed by various experts on specific topics, including Windows Terminal, Windows built-in Linux subsystem, sound, PowerToys, fonts, etc. 

In addition to discussing the design concepts behind various functions by experts, the content will also be implemented for some projects to lead the audience to better understand the Windows operating system and related content.

Since Microsoft launched Windows 11, it has actually launched a series of publicity activities. By launching the "Windows Wednesday" online program this time, it is hoped that more people will understand Windows 11's various functions and applications, as well as related interface and functional design ideas.

"Windows Wednesday" is expected to be broadcast on the Windows Developer YouTube channel and the official website of Microsoft Learn TV from January 5, 2022. After that, the content will be put on the shelves every Friday so that more people can watch it through the replay.