Earlier this year, we relaunched our #AskDanWindows video series on YouTube. The video shorts are designed to let me, Windows Central Executive Editor Daniel Rubino, answer readers' questions in video format.

My original idea was to save time, instead of repeatedly responding to comments in forums. I already write a lot and have to budget my energy accordingly. However, we're now reversing that and starting up a sub-forum. (It turns out I don't need to sleep or have a life!)

You can now hop into the AskDan forums and inquire about a variety of topics, and I'll do my best to answer the questions. Also, we'll pick a few good questions from that forum to use in the video series, which should be released on a roughly bi-weekly basis. In the future, we may move it up to a weekly format, but you have a responsibility here too: You need to ask better questions! Please (please please) don't just ask me about the Surface phone over and over again.

Visit the AskDan forums at Windows Central

Anyway, jump in, discuss things about Microsoft, Windows 10, laptops, gaming, mixed-reality, or whatever else is on your mind. This is not just about me, either, because we have some very authoritative forum members who can often add insight of their own.

James Falconer
01-20-2017 02:05 PM

Greetings all! I'd like to welcome you here to our brand new ASK DAN forum. This is a place for our members to ask the one and only Daniel Rubino all the questions they have on their mind. This is such a great way of connecting you with Dan, giving you a fun and meaningful way of connecting with him (and more importantly getting you answers to your questions). To use this forum, all I ask...

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Finally, we'll be shooting the next episode of AskDanWindows in the near future. So stay tuned!

You can also find previous episodes of #AskDanWindows on the main forum landing page.