We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden have news about build 18317 for Fast Ring Insiders, plus references to foldable devices have been found in development builds of Windows 10.
The big news this week: Microsoft is returning to Mobile World Congress! Dan makes the case for why they should debut HoloLens 2 at the trade show in Barcelona. Additionally, Microsoft continues to reposition Cortana as a productivity tool to complement Alexa and Google Assistant — not a competitor.
Finally, Microsoft outlines end of support plans for Windows 10 Mobile. Tune in!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on January 18 2019.
- Windows 10 build 18317 (and earlier) for PCs: Everything you need to know
- Microsoft is getting ready for a coming wave of foldable Windows 10 devices
- Why it makes sense for Microsoft to debut HoloLens 2 at Mobile World Congress 2019
- Microsoft wants Cortana to complement, not compete with, Alexa and Google Assistant
- Microsoft outlines end of support plans for Windows 10 Mobile
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