We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden have the latest news on Windows 10 19H1 — It's now officially known as Windows 10 May 2019 Update! They also discuss a merger of Fast Ring and Skip Ahead Ring.
Microsoft is erring on the side of caution by implementing significant changes to functionality of Windows Update, and the company is removing books from the Microsoft Store. Finally, 'Xbox Game Pass Ultimate' may combine Game Pass and Xbox Live to help players save money on both services.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on April 5 2019.
- Windows 10 May 2019 Update gets official, late-May planned release
- Windows 10 build 18362.30 hits Fast and Slow ring Insiders with three fixes
- Windows 10 will no longer auto install feature updates twice a year
- Microsoft is removing books from the Microsoft Store on Windows 10
- Xbox Game Pass Ultimate' may combine Game Pass and Xbox Live for cheaper
- Wix: Creation without limits. Visit wix.com/podcast and get 10% Off Your Wix Premium Plan — enter the code WIXPROMO at checkout.
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