We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast! This week, Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden cover a ton of news in the Windows universe this week, including performance of the base model Surface Go and Microsoft signing on with Disney's Movies Anywhere service. They also cover Windows 10 19H1 and speculate on the future roadmap of Windows releases, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Acer's awesomely thin Swift 7 laptop, and a ton more!
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- Hands on with Windows 10 build 17733 (17735) showcasing the latest changes
- Windows 10 19H1: All the changes we know so far
- Do you need the more expensive Surface Go?
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 hands-on preview: $1000 well spent
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