Do you have any insightful feedback on how to make Windows better? Reply with it on this tweet

Clint Rutkas is asking Windows users to contribute.

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Even though Windows already has a Feedback Hub (and if it’s not working, you can use this guide to fix it) where you can leave your opinions and talk about your experience with certain Windows features, if you want to be genuinely listened to by one of Microsoft’s leads, then you might want to tweet your feedback now.

On X (formerly known as Twitter), Clint Rutkas, Lead for developer experiences on Windows, including Windows Terminal, Sudo, and Microsoft PowerToys, would like to hear from Windows users, especially, what capabilities and features would make the operating system a good experience.

How would you like to learn about what capabilities surfaces have? Both new and existing. This is a tricky issue since we understand this can be bothersome yet we find ourselves constantly learning about new stuff. Our team has some ideas but would love to hear from you

Clint Rutkas

Don’t be fooled by the ‘surfaces’ word. Why am I saying this? Well, the lead’s choice of words led many to believe he was maybe talking about the Surface laptops.

Rutkas specified later in the thread that the word is used to encompass Windows as a whole.

So, if you do have useful feedback that might get implemented one day, now is your chance to tweet it.

The Redmond-based tech giant has been relying on people’s feedback for years now, and some insights make it to their products and services, while some don’t make it.

Recently, many Xbox users, for instance, have been complaining that the company doesn’t want to listen to them. Many Xbox users would love to be able to customize the console’s home screen since Microsoft changed it last year, and many of them are constantly leaving their feedback to no avail.

Users claim Microsoft doesn’t really care about genuine feedback which leaves many angered with the Redmond-based tech giant.

However, Windows is different, and leads might actually get their teams to implement your feedback, so it’s definitely worth a try.

More about the topics: Windows 11, Windows Update