A few years ago we started #AskDanWindows. While I still answer individual questions on Twitter, jump into comments on stories, and even hit Reddit to engage with our audience, I figured it'd be better to record and share my thoughts on YouTube so everyone who wants to can benefit.
The problem was consistency on our part, with sporadic videos every few weeks (or months). Starting in mid-2017, we decided to make the #AskDanWindows series run weekly, but with a shorter format. So far, we have kept to that schedule (except for a holiday or two)! And we've really got some good momentum going.
You provide the questions I answer, and therefore the content, so it's important we get the best of the best. So jump into the AskDan forums and inquire about a variety of topics. Please. And I'll do my best to answer those questions.
The goal is to pick three questions each week that have broad audience appeal (so don't ask how I can fix a problem with your computer.)
Anyway, jump in, discuss all things Microsoft, Windows 10, laptops, gaming, mixed reality, or whatever else is on your mind. This is not just about me, either, because we have some very authoritative forum members who can often add insight of their own.
As a rule of thumb, we'll be posting new #AskDanWindows episodes every Friday afternoon Eastern Time on the front page of Windows Central, so remember to check back then. You can subscribe to our YouTube channel for the rest of our weekly reviews, Windows 10 updates, editorials and more.
You can also find previous episodes of #AskDanWindows on the main Windows Central forums landing page.