It's been a few weeks since our last #AskDanWindows episode where I answer the questions you have about Microsoft, Surface and more.
This week we're talking about Thunderbolt 3 and Surface Go, will Microsoft merge its To-Do and notetaking apps, a little bit about Edge and the Microsoft Store, and what's the deal with Windows mixed reality - all hype, or is something there?
Grab a coffee and tune in!
Audience questions Episode 53
Would it be possible to connect an external GPU to the Surface Go through the USB-C connector? - Arnaud van der Gaag
Is AR/VR already becoming an afterthought in the tech world, and for consumers? - Rodneyej
Do you have any news on when or if the Edge browser will move into the Microsoft Store - agd87
Will Microsoft ever merge its multiple To-Do Apps? - stewardrose
Thanks to everyone for the questions!
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