Pose your burning questions to members of the Windows Insider team with today's Beam webcast
If you've ever had any burning questions you'd like to ask members of the Windows Insider team, now's your chance. The Windows Insider webcast will go live on Beam today, where a trio of Insider team members will be ready to field your questions.
Come join @JenMsft, @brandonleblanc, myself, and others for the #WindowsInsider webcast tomorrow! Bring your questions and FB links! https://t.co/nu33QAfRnFCome join @JenMsft, @brandonleblanc, myself, and others for the #WindowsInsider webcast tomorrow! Bring your questions and FB links! https://t.co/nu33QAfRnF— Jason Howard (@NorthFaceHiker) April 27, 2017April 27, 2017
In all, Microsoft's Jason Howard, Brandon LeBlanc, and Jen Gentleman will be on hand for the webcast. Things kick off bright and early at 9:30 a.m. PST (12 p.m. EST / 4:30 p.m. UST) on Beam, so get those questions ready. To find the start time in your time zone, take a gander at Wolfram Alpha's time zone converter.
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Anyways, MS mobile game is still very much alive, they really have no choice in the matter. Let's give them some slack!
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