We're back with another exciting episode of the Window Central Podcast. This week, Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden talk about Redstone 5 development, along with Redstone 4 RTM, expectations for Andromeda and why you might want to think twice before replacing your smartphone with one, and Windows 10's annoying automatic bloatware installation problem!
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Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties there is no video available for this episode. Audio is available below.
- 3:45 Redstone 5 development begins
- 22:25 BUILD 2018 not sold out
- 31:30 Setting expectations for Andromeda
- 1:01:08 Windows 10 Auto-Installs bloatware
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