We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week's episode is all about looking towards the future for Microsoft and Windows. Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden discuss what they hope to see at the Build developer conference in May. Microsoft themselves are providing a glance of the road ahead with 20H1 changes in the Insider Skip Ahead ring.
There's also a teaser video for 'HoloLens 2' with additional tidbits from us, and Daniel reviews the insanely light LG gram 17 Ultrabook.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on February 15 2019.
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- Microsoft announces Build developer conference for May 6 to 8
- Microsoft flights Windows 10 build 18836 to Skip Ahead Insiders with 20H1 changes
- Microsoft 'HoloLens 2:' Everything we know so far
- LG gram 17 review: A massive Ultrabook that's light as a feather
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