We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week Daniel Rubino takes break from packing for Mobile World Congress to speak with Zac Bowden about some hot new topics for Microsoft users. First up, 'Santorini' is the new codename for the upcoming 'Windows Lite' OS. There's also an official Windows 10 Timeline extension for Google Chrome. In relation to 'Santorini', they discuss the promise and potential of foldable devices, UWP, and PWA apps. And even though the announcement may be official by the time you listen, they dissect some last minute HoloLens 2 rumors. Check it out!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on February 22 2019.
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- 'Santorini' is Microsoft's new 'Windows Lite' OS codename
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