We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden have news about Windows 10 build 18334 for Fast ring Insiders, plus the latest information on Microsoft's Build developer conference! They also go deep into the importance of product names — specifically 'Windows Lite' and why that may be a poor choice for the upcoming OS.
Outlook is receiving an emo makeover with a true dark mode, and Xbox Live is expanding its reach to more platforms. Check it out!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on February 8 2019.
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- Windows 10 build 18334 rolls out to Fast ring Insiders
- Microsoft announces Build developer conference for May 6 to 8
- Why 'Windows Lite' would be a bad name for Microsoft's upcoming OS
- Windows 10 Mail app finally gets real dark mode with the latest Release Preview update
- Microsoft wants to bring Xbox Live cross-platform gaming to Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, and more
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If they are going to test Windows Lite through the insider program, that sounds like you would be able to install it on current hardware. Maybe only certain devices would be supported?
If WindowsLIte is so different, I like the name MicrosoftOS.
Do you think when they announce WindowLite and rename it that Microsoft will also rename Windows CoreOS to remove the Windows name?
Windows Suck. Don't do it Microsoft. Stop with these dumb decisions
Yet you are hear listening about wonderful Windows.
Edge OS is my guess. Nadella can then fully commit to his edge computing... "intelligent edge"... nirvana-speak.
Call it Windows RT2
goddamn, I thought that molecule ad was never gonna end
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