Windows Central Podcast 62: Jumping Builds
This week on the Windows Central Podcast: We talk new Insider releases, internal build jumping, Xbox One X, precision touch pads and more.
This past week, Microsoft released three new Insider Preview builds for Windows 10 Insiders, announced Xbox One X preorders with a new Project Scorpio edition, and did some internal build jumping in preparation for Redstone 4. Also in this episode, we talk about the Razer Blade, and precision touch pads.
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- 2:45 New Builds
- 11:30 New Skype
- 27:40 Xbox One X preorders
- 41:00 Razer Blade 2017
- 48:30 Precision touch pads
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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.
Thank you for finally calling out and addressing the basic issue with UWP - that it is still, seemingly, comparatively immature. For years we've had to read articles and comments about how Microsoft was too lazy or whatever to make great apps based on UWP, when the real issue was that UWP simply wasn't ready. I have tried to comment on this every now and then, but the overall narrative has stayed the same. Not that it makes a big difference in the end, because the apps were still missing or subpar, but at least now we can point to the correct reasons why and perhaps this can help put some pressure on Microsoft to deliver on this front.
Thanks for uploading this podcast on Saturday