Assuming Microsoft's foldable Surface - codenamed Andromeda - ever gets released, how do we determine if it was successful? Should Microsoft release updates to the Surface line more frequently? And what about just calling Windows 10 just Windows since there will likely never be a "Windows 11" anyway?
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Audience questions Episode 52
How important is it that Andromeda succeeds? What would be considered successful? -BW022
Should Windows 10 be renamed to Windows? - @Swizzlerz
Do you think two years between each Surface book is too much? - @abdu90llah
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