In this episode of the Windows Central Podcast, Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden discuss Microsoft's terrible naming strategy for Windows 10, Intel dropping support for Clover Trail chips, The Fall Creators Update entering its last leg of development, screen bleed issues on the Surface Pro and full Windows 10 coming to phones!
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Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties there will be no video version of the Windows Central Podcast this week. Sorry!
- 1:45: Fall vs Autumn Creators Update
- 9:08: Clover Trail Support Dropped
- 13:37: Fall Creators Update development
- 32:13: Microsoft Q4 Earnings
- 39:24: Surface Pro light bleed
- 51:20 Windows 10 on ARM not coming to phones
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