We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Microsoft is planning changes to how games are sold on PC, which could include a reduction of their cut of net sales revenue of third party titles to 12%. Daniel and Zac cover the company's impressive earnings report and some new Windows laptops from Samsung. They also discuss ongoing competition between Intel and AMD, and how Apple is winning PC converts with MacBook.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on April 30th 2021.
- The Microsoft Store giving 88% of net sales revenue to developers isn't enough to shake Steam | Windows Central
- Microsoft exploring reduced Xbox store revenue cut, internal documents reveal | Windows Central
- Microsoft Q3 2021 earnings: $41.7 billion in revenue, large growth amidst pandemic | Windows Central
- Samsung announces ultra-light and thin Galaxy Book Pro and Book Pro 360 Windows laptops | Windows Central
- Samsung and Intel's partnership reveals why it's so hard for AMD to break through | Windows Central
- Apple's surge in first-time MacBook buyers should worry the PC industry | Windows Central
- How to get the Windows 10 May 2021 Update final release before anyone else | Windows Central
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