Windows Insider Preview Program Detailed
Hold onto your hats, people! If you had doubts about how amazing Windows 9 is going to be, here’s a little nugget. Windows Insider Preview Program. Microsoft’s secret awesome sauce.
The software titan has created a new program that allows two things.
First, it provides users that sign up for it with more frequent preview builds, as well as affording them the chance to offer constant feedback to the company during development of Windows 9. Sounds amazing? Wait till you hear the details.
As Paul Thurrott writes here, the dedicated Windows Feedback app can be used to provide Microsoft with feedback on the new OS, as well as see the comments and advices given by other Insiders.
If you download and install Windows 9 Preview, you’ll be able to add details to that feedback, or start your own by adding text and screenshots. Internet Explorer, Windows Store, Applications, Hardware and Devices, Maps, Mail, all such areas will allow for user feedback.
Redmond has also set up the beta version of Windows 9 to trigger notifications (when specific events happen) that ask you for your feedback on the operating system.
Then again, this is what we’ve been hearing for a while now.
It does show that Microsoft is covering all bases this time around, in order to create an operating platform that users will absolutely adore — power to the people, as the saying goes.
What about you? Do you plan on installing the Windows 9 technical preview, and providing Microsoft with feedback on the features? Do tell.