Microsoft's modern OS, the death of UWP, and Computex - Episode 4 of Neowin Podcast is out

Welcome to episode 4 of the Neowin Podcast, the show where Rich Woods and João Carrasqueira talk about all the big news from the past week.

In the last week of May, we got this year's edition of Computex, where companies from all over the world announced new computers, processors, GPUs, and all sorts of hardware. Microsoft also made some waves thanks to its vision for a modern operating system (both with capital and lowercase "m"), as well as a purported new Windows 10 SKU called Windows 10 Home Ultra. And, of course, Microsoft announced that Win32 games can now be published in the Microsoft Store, kickstarting a wave of "UWP is dead" comments all over the internet.

Before we get into the episode, here's everything that's discussed this week, along with the timestamps for each topic:

The SoundCloud version of this episode is embedded below, but you can also find it on YouTtube if you prefer that. And if you'd rather listen via a dedicated podcast app on your phone, you can subscribe to series by using the RSS feed below:

This will let you get new episodes automatically as they're released. Without further ado, here's the episode:

Let us know what you think of this episode in the comments, and stay tuned next week for a new one with more exciting news!

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