Windows Central Podcast 47: My People

My People is finally available to play with in the Windows 10 Redstone 3 insider builds. We also talk Microsoft's terrible communication regarding Windows 10 Mobile and the Creators Update, Android, and more in this weeks episode of the Windows Central Podcast!

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Zac Bowden
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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

  • My People, the wrong solution for a possible need. I rather have Skype the ability to pin a Contact on Start to join the other pins for the person or team that I have, like a OneNote notebook, shared cloud folders and so on.
  • Guys, I am going to say it right now... DROP THE SCRIPTED ADS...
    I understand the need for sponsors and advertising revenue but do it another way, jingles at the start or end... Something but if you carry on with these really awful scripts I will abandon your podcast and then your website completely.
    Don't be Microsoft and continuously annoy the very people you NEED on your side! Now, if reference to the podcast... In recent weeks the podcast seems to have lost relevance and content. When you make statements like 'Microsoft has only really failed in Mobile' you might as well give up. Microsoft have previously failed many, many times in many, many unrelated sections of their business. They have had awful OS's (Millenium, Vista), failed at hardware (Band, Zune, W10P and any and ALL iterations of previous mobile attempts), ARM (Windows RT), Windows Live... (Remember that?).
  • Squarehome2 is the truth when it comes to Android launchers. It's the best I've used and I've used a load of them. It's worth paying for the premium license.