Normally, I take your questions on Microsoft, Windows, and general technology, but this week we had a special chance to speak with Belfiore.
After going a year-long sabbatical with his family, Belfiore (and his team) have been busy working on the user experience in Windows 10. He was able to spare a few minutes to answer a few questions we had about Windows and where technology is going, such as:
- Why did you guys focus on creators with windows 10 updates this year?
- What do you think is the next bend in the curve for technology?
- What tech do you personally find exciting?
Tune in for his responses! Special thanks to Belfiore and Microsoft for giving us this opportunity.
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