Windows team announces upcoming Bugbash slated for November 8th

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Microsoft announced yesterday along the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14951 for Mobile and PC an upcoming six days bugbash starting November 8th. Once again, all Windows Insiders will be invited to join the hunt for Windows 10 bugs in new Redstone 2 builds that we expect to be released just before the kick off.

Hopefully the 14951 Windows 10 Mobile issues will be solved by then so mobile users can participate.

Head of the Windows Insider program Dona Sarkar explained in her blog post yesterday:

Just a heads-up that we are planning to kick off our next bugbash starting on Tuesday, November 8th and finishing at the end of the day on Sunday, November 13th. I’ll have more details in the coming weeks. Looking forward to seeing a lot of participation from Insiders!

As a reminder, the Windows Insider team held its latest bugbash in back in June, just a few weeks before the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. For those of you who didn’t participate, the team tries to add a nice touch of gamification to the process with the publication of multiple quests in the Windows 10 Feedback Hub.

The quests are usually open-ended and do not require Windows Insiders to follow a specific list of steps to try a scenario. Once again, we expect this new bugbash to be an interesting and rewarding experience for everyone involved, so if you’re willing to participate get ready to put your ninja cat red ribbon on in the next few weeks!