We are extremely proud to announce the official WinBeta podcast! Every week, your favorite editors, Zac Bowden and I, will be discussing the most popular articles posted within the last week on WinBeta. The first podcast we are introducing is an audio-only piece that can be listened to on SoundCloud. The podcast will also be listed on iTunes and the popular Windows 8 app ‘Podcast!’ within the next few days.
This week we are talking about the top ten articles, which we have conveniently listed below for your reading pleasure. If you’re looking for a fast way to keep up with the world of Microsoft, then be sure to listen in on the podcast!
In addition to the latest Microsoft news, we will be discussing features and, of course, tidbits from our lives. Learn exciting facts such as whether or not our British editor, Zac, loves crumpets and tea, and why Michael sinfully abandoned his Yoga 3 Pro for a MacBook Pro.
Be sure to check out the podcast above, as we have embedded it via SoundCloud. If you want to listen on the go, there are a number of great third-party SoundCloud apps available on the Windows Phone App Store. We will be sure to update you as soon as the podcast goes live on your favorite podcast apps!
Included stories this week:
- Xbox One February 2015 system update rolling out now — comes with custom backgrounds and tile transparency
- Microsoft launches Software Recovery website for Windows 7, lets users download fresh ISOs
- Microsoft launches Office 2016 Touch preview for Windows 10, download here
- Leaked screenshots from Windows 10 build 10009 reveal updated Recycle Bin icon and more
- Windows 10 for phones screenshots leak ahead of public technical preview
- Windows Phone market share continues to decline, can Windows 10 for phones change things?
- Microsoft updates Windows 10 Build 9926 with lots of improvements and fixes
- A 10.1-inch Windows tablet just appeared and it has an ARM-based Snapdragon 805 CPU in it
- Satya Nadella, the new face of Microsoft, one year later
- Top 10 Ideas Windows and Mac OS X can learn from each other
Enjoy and let us know what you think – we are excited to produce the next episode!