We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and in the wake of Microsoft's Surface event, there's still a lot of news to discuss. Windows 10 19H2 has officially become Windows 10 November 2019 Update. Dona Sarkar is moving on from the Insider program for a position within Developer Relations.
Zac Bowden and Daniel Rubino also talk about where Microsoft is likely to head with Windows 10X, and address the rationale behind the OS choices for Surface Neo and Duo. Finally, Daniel makes the case for a Surface Watch, and why the company shouldn't just buy Fitbit.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on October 11 2019.
- Windows 10 November 2019 Update: What is it, and what's included? | Windows Central
- Dona Sarkar moving on from leading the Windows Insider program | Windows Central
- Why Microsoft put Android on Surface Duo and Windows 10X on Surface Neo | Windows Central
- Beyond foldables: Where Microsoft is headed with Windows 10X | Windows Central
- 3 reasons why Microsoft needs a 'Surface Watch' for the Surface Duo | Windows Central
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