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 look forward to a Surface Hub 2 event on April 17, where pricing, availability, and more details are expected. They also talk about the leaked version of Microsoft Edge and reasons why Chrome users will want to switch once the official release is available.
Additionally, the Cortana bot says 'goodbye' to Skype, and 19H1 is getting closer to release. They also consider which departments at Microsoft have the most fun!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on March 29 2019.
- Surface Hub 2 availability, pricing, and more expected on April 17
- Microsoft's new Edge browser must court IT crowd to steal Chrome's crown
- Cortana bot says 'goodbye' to Skype, but you'll still get suggested replies
- Windows 10 19H1 build 18362 is rolling out for Insiders in the Fast ring
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