Windows 10 Feedback Hub no longer exclusive to Insiders
One of the great reasons for participating in the Windows 10 Insider Preview is the exclusive chance to leave feedback on all everything Microsoft is working using the Feedback Hub app. We’ve left several since the app was introduced in the hopes Microsoft will listen and transform Windows 10 into an operating system we will all come to love.
As it stands right now, Insiders are no longer the only ones who will get that chance: apparently, Microsoft is making moves to bring the app to users outside the Preview program. This is interesting because the Feedback Hub app is not only for feedback on features already available. With it, it’s possible to request new features. If a request receives enough upvotes from the community, Microsoft looks into it, with a good chance the company might task its developers with bringing it to life.
It should be noted that Insiders and regular users of Windows 10 will see different things when using the app. For example, Insiders will be the only ones to see insider-related content, while regular users will see their own content.
Overall, this app is solid and rarely manages to fail. It gives the community a voice to help shape Windows 10 and Mobile into operating systems that could change the way we do things on the web and how we conduct our daily lives.
We hope every Windows 10 user downloads Feedback Hub and proceeds to help out in any way possible. For those who interested in downloading Feedback Hub, it can be acquired directly from the Windows Store.
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