Welcome to Episode 282 of Observed Tech.
I kick this weeks show off with some insight about how straight forward an Xbox One console reset is when you need to get back to basics and then discuss the fact that Microsoft is not starting a new monthly charge for all Windows users despite some stories which want you to think otherwise.
Next we dive into a busy week of Windows Insider news with multiple build releases for Redstone 5 in the Fast and Slow rings plus the latest for Skip Ahead and Windows 10 19H1. I also share my thoughts about where we stand when it comes to the end of Redstone 5’s development cycle and release.
I share details about Microsoft’s planned deprecation of the Disk Cleanup Utility in Windows 10, the updated MSFT Events app with Ignite data now available plus a rumor about the upcoming Microsoft hardware event in NYC a couple of weeks from now.
Of course, as we normally do, there are tidbits throughout the show including news about Xbox, updated apps in Windows 10 and on the web, Chromebooks with Windows network connectivity and Microsoft’s servicing criteria for Windows. Make sure you listen from start to finish so you catch all the items we cover this week.
As always enjoy the show and thanks again for listening!
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Date Produced: 17 September 2018
Format: MP3, 128KBPS
Size: 51.9 MB
Notes: All of this episodes show links are available at the WindowsObserver WiKi – Show Links for Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 282