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On this week's episode of the Window's Central Podcast, Dan and Zac discuss what to expect from Microsoft's special Surface and AI event, the leak of Microsoft's Surface Laptop Studio 2 renders, updates to the Snipping Tool and Phone Link, a new AI f... more
On this week's episode of the Window's Central Podcast, Dan and Zac discuss Microsoft killing off Windows WordPad, Microsoft Paint's new AI feature, how a cheap MacBook could hurt Microsoft, Microsoft remembering the Surface Duo exists, review the Wi... more
On this week's episode of the Window's Central Podcast, Dan and Zac discuss Microsoft's latest patent and whether it's for the next-gen Surface Duo, Paint & Photos getting AI capabilities, preview Microsoft's September Surface event, all the latest o... more
Great other than the Musk Derangement Syndrome. Guys, grow up. We don’t care that you don’t like Twitter or Musk. Like Dan often says for others, your fiduciary responsibility to your shareholders is product. We come here for Windows and tech news. Do that well and you’ll be the most successful.
Still whining about twitter. Much better before it got political.
Since you went on about how great your tesla is and what a visionary df musk is, I am no longer interested in your opinions about anything.
Terrible audio, I had to keep adjusting my AirPods volume to accommodate. Also, there were a few minor topics that were rambled on about far too long. Overall, still worth listening to, but certainly could be improved.
Content ok. Terrible production quality in that volume level varies dramatically throughout.
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Windows Central Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 101 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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