Watch OnPodcast Sunday for our special chat with YouTuber Windows on Windows & our Start11 giveaway

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Don't miss a fun OnPodcast episode!

Greetings, OnPodcast fans! It's the OnPodcast crew here with a tune-in reminder. This week, we're doing another special episode! We'll be chatting with Huw, the man behind the Windows on Windows YouTube Channel, and also running a special giveaway thanks to the folks at Stardock and the Start11 team.

That means we'll be skipping out our usual news recap this week. We know it was a busy week, especially with Microsoft Ignite, but you can catch up on all the latest Microsoft news by reading OnMSFT. Our news recaps will be back next week!

If you didn't already know, Windows on Windows is a YouTube channel that looks at the history and development of the world's most widely-used desktop operating system, Microsoft Windows! The channel has over 10,000 subscribers and is home to a lot of cool videos looking at unreleased Windows versions, and explaining current and past versions of Windows. Check it out in the video below, and also follow Windows on Windows on Twitter or join the conversation on Discord!

In addition to our chat with Windows on Windows, we also want to treat our Podcast viewers to a special giveaway. To celebrate Start11 coming out of Beta, the folks at Stardock sent us three FREE codes for the app (valued at $6 each). We've covered it in our review, and also in our chat with Stardock. But if you missed it, we found that Start11 is a great way to customize Windows 11 in ways Microsoft won't let you. So, enter now for your chance to win one of three codes

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As a reminder, OnPodcast airs on YouTube every Sunday at 12 PM ET/9 AM PT. Add our playlist to your bookmarks so you can catch up on all our episodes, and see the latest episode when it's live.

Also check us out on Spotify, SoundCloud, and our other platforms via the links above our post. Thanks as always for watching and listening to us. You're the reason we do this podcast, and we appreciate each and every one of you! We hope to see you on Sunday!

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