The Windows Store has seen a lot of momentum over the last couple of weeks, with a game sale and an explosion of centennial apps. Also on the episode, we talk about why a recent Windows 10 source code leak, and why it might not be that big of a deal, and the Surface Mini. All that and more on this weeks episode of the Windows Central Podcast!
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