We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, there are proposed changes to the Windows 10 Start Menu that will make some people unhappy. But how is that different from any other new feature? COVID-19 continues to have a profound impact on Microsoft and the tech industry at-large as conferences are canceled and employees are asked to work from home.
Daniel and Zac discuss a name change for Cortana and a new wave of apps for Edge. Daniel also provides his review of the HP Elite Dragonfly — A high-end business oriented 2-in-1.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on March 6th 2020.
- Do you like Microsoft's 'redesigned' Windows 10 Start menu concept? | Windows Central
- Microsoft shows off new Windows 10 Start menu — and it sure is pretty | Windows Central
- Use this excellent COVID-19 coronavirus tracker and Microsoft Edge to keep informed | Windows Central
- Coronavirus concerns push Microsoft to encourage remote work for employees | Windows Central
- How to read Kindle books using the new Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 | Windows Central
- 5 reasons why Microsoft should rebrand 'Cortana' to 'Clippy' | Windows Central
- HP Elite Dragonfly is a droolworthy business 2-in-1 with serious style | Windows Central
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