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.
Sponsors: Molekule The only air purifier that actually destroys pollutants. For $75 off your first order, visit molekule.com and enter promo code WCP at checkout.
- 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
Subscribe to the podcast
- Download directly: Audio
- Listen via Spotify
- Listen via: Windows Central app Windows 10 | Android
- Subscribe via iTunes
- Subscribe via RSS
- Subscribe via Google Play Music
- Subscribe via Pocket Casts
Make this show great by participating!
Send in your comments, questions, and feedback to:
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
Oculus Rift gets fix for stuttering issues with beta update
If you've been one of the users experiencing stuttering issues while playing VR games on the Oculus Rift, Oculus has a beta update that should solve all your problems. Find out how to get the update right now.
Want to try Surface Duo OS? Here's how on Windows 10.
In this guide, we'll show you the steps to download and install the Surface Duo emulator to start developing for the dual-screen device to get a feeling of the new experience.
Why Daniel Rubino doesn't care if the Surface Duo's camera is terrible
Some of us live on the edge of tech, and that often means giving something up to gain something new. In the case of Surface Duo, that may mean living with a less-than-ideal camera.
These are the best PC sticks for when you're on the move
Instant computer, just add a screen! That’s the general idea of the ultra-portable PC Compute Sticks, but it can be hard to know which one you want. Relax, we’ve got you covered.