We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week Windows 10 19H1 inches closer to release as Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden discuss build 18362. They also talk about a firmware update for Surface Headphones and use the opportunity to look at how these cans compare to other noise canceling headsets.
In the gaming world, Xbox One S All-Digital is expected to launch on May 7. Based on mock ups created by our own Jez Corden, the console will like share the same industrial design as its blu-ray equipped cousin. Rounding out the episode, the gang chat about Google Stadia and what threat it poses (if any) to Xbox.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on March 22 2019.
- Windows 10 19H1 build 18362 is rolling out for Insiders in the Fast ring
- Microsoft Surface Headphones get first quality-improvement firmware update (Updated)
- First look at Xbox One S All-Digital box art; May 7, 2019, launch planned
- Is Google Stadia REALLY a threat to Xbox? This and more on #AskDanWindows 58
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