We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week the Windows 10 October 2018 is back! Again! Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden have the details on that along with a look at Light Mode and other features coming in 2019. Also on the software front, developers can now submit native ARM64 apps to Microsoft Store.
Additionally, Daniel provides his review of Surface Headphones, and they chat about rumors surrounding a disc-less Xbox One on the horizon for next year.
Last but certainly not least, Jared DiPane from our sister site Thrifter is here with the best Black Friday deals for Windows and gadget fans.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on November 16 2018.
- Windows 10 October 2018 Update review: Little refinements make a big difference
- Top new features Microsoft is working on for Windows 10 in 2019
- Microsoft Store now lets developers submit native ARM64 apps
- Surface Headphones review: Comfortable with awesome audio, but noise cancellation needs work
- Disc-less Xbox One reportedly set for 2019, with 'disc-to-digital' program
- Thrifter.com: All the best deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and more, fussily curated and constantly updated.
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These Surface “phones” are the bomb baby. I can see myself putting them on in the morning and using them all day to field phone calls, send and receive texts, and yeah even listen to music. All hands free. Microsoft moved the productivity notch ahead a decade in these little wonder devices. Surface “phones” are so much better than a Surface phone.
Nice. People never really specified the "phone" they wanted. 😛
As is the norm from MS, about 10 years too late. And I don't see the screen anywhere.
They made a new platform where you don't need a screen!
Microsoft is on fire!!! I was blown away when i watched it's review video for first time on Youtube. That design is amazing....
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