What you need to know
- Our senior editor Zac Bowden will chat with Mary Jo Foley on the next MJFChat.
- Bowden and Foley want you to ask questions about Windows 10 and Microsoft before the show.
- The chat will happen on April 8, 2021 and go over rumors and speculation about Microsoft's plans.
If you love Microsoft, Windows 10, or our senior editor Zac Bowden, you have a new date to add to your calendar. Bowden will join Mary Jo Foley for the next MJFChat, which will occur on April 8, 2021. During the chat, Bowden and Foley will discuss rumors and speculation about what's coming up for Windows 10 and from Microsoft.
Foley teased the upcoming chat on her Twitter account earlier today (not an April Fools' Day joke). Leading up to the chat, Foley and Bowden would like people to ask questions using the hashtag #MJFChat to ask Bowden questions.
Our next #MJFChat is going to be full of juicy rumors, speculation and maybe even some useful planning tidbits. Put your questions here on Twitter using hashtag #MJFChat for my guest @zacbowden. We'll be talking about what's (likely) next for Windows pic.twitter.com/RPZkTfBsUDOur next #MJFChat is going to be full of juicy rumors, speculation and maybe even some useful planning tidbits. Put your questions here on Twitter using hashtag #MJFChat for my guest @zacbowden. We'll be talking about what's (likely) next for Windows pic.twitter.com/RPZkTfBsUD— Mary Jo Foley (@maryjofoley) April 1, 2021April 1, 2021
We can't promise that Bowden will reveal everything on the chat, but there's no harm in asking anything that you'd like.
If you can't wait until April 8, you can check out the Windows Central Podcast to hear Bowden and our executive editor Daniel Rubino discuss all things Windows 10 and Microsoft. Bowden and Rubino discussed the 'next generation' of Windows in an episode from a few weeks ago.
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Don't have twitter, so where do we put the questions?
Q: When will Microsoft be serving up Azure cloud instances of Windows 10 on the Xbox hardware platform, so the kids can work and play?
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