On this episode, I talk about our ultimate Windows Core OS guide, why Xbox consoles are going to stick around, that new diskless Xbox due in April, and how the US military wants to use HoloLens in the battlefield.
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The #WeekInMicrosoft episode No. 4
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- How the U.S. military plans to use HoloLens 2 to gain an edge in warfare
- Windows Core OS: The Complete Guide
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