Microsoft would love your perspective, as the company releases a new survey focused on improving Windows 11

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Microsoft Windows 11 survey

On April 3, 2024, Microsoft released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 26100 to users in both the Canary and Dev channels. The build fixes a range of existing issues in Windows 11, from Copilot to several app installation errors in the Microsoft Store and shutdown/hibernate problems.

It’s also considered the base for the RTM 24H2, but for now, it seems that the build is quite unstable, with many errors and issues popping up, from instant crashes to conflicts with third-party apps, or the 64-bit .NET framework.

However, it seems that the Preview Build 26100 also introduced a new survey focused on improving Windows 11, according to Windows enthusiast, @XenoPanther, who spotted it.

Suggestively titled Microsoft would love your perspective, the Redmond-based tech giant goes on to ask Insiders various questions on Windows 11’s overall performance, speed, and stability.

For instance, one question focuses on the Copilot experience, while the other focuses on gaming on Windows 11. Privacy, app compatibility, and reliability are also issues that Microsoft is interested in, along with personalization and customization settings.

Microsoft is currently undergoing the Windows 11 survey within the Windows Insider Channel, and more specifically in the Dev, and Canary channels. We don’t know if the survey is going to be released on the Beta, or the Preview channels, but most likely yes, as it concerns Insider builds.

However, Microsoft might also bring the Windows 11 survey to the stable channel, especially since it includes questions about the Copilot experience.

As we all know, Copilot was released to Windows 11 last fall, but according to our survey, the AI tool has been experiencing adoption issues. In other words, many Windows 10, and Windows 11 users find it useless.

Microsoft is placing all of its bets on Copilot, and the AI tool needs to be used by Windows users as much as possible, otherwise, the whole AI-powered Windows, including version 24H2, which is reportedly carrying many AI capabilities, will backfire.

More about the topics: Windows 11, Windows Update