Microsoft’s Xbox Insider Hub is landing on Windows 10 devices
The Xbox application from Windows is a great way to keep up with the activities of all your Xbox companions. This app allows you access some of the most essential features of the Xbox One without even turning it on. Ultimately, the Xbox Insider Hub is pretty similar to the Feedback Hub.
Xbox Insider Hub available for Windows 10 PCs
The Xbox Insider Hub has become available for Windows 10 PCs, but you shouldn’t get too excited because the app does not work yet and all you’re going to see is a “coming soon” message. This will actually let you use it on your Windows 10 computer, but it’s not clear when that is going to happen.
When the Xbox Insider Hub app is ready to be used on Windows 10 PC, you’ll gain access to the latest announcements about the Xbox Insider Program, all available quests, and many more Insider-related issues that you would usually be able to control from the Xbox One.
It’s still not clear if you’re going to be also able to do things such as Quests on your Windows 10 computer as they’re meant to be done on Xbox. It’ll be interesting to see how this will work.
The Xbox Insider Hub app will be available via the Windows Store. It’s currently only on Microsoft Xbox One Console and it lets users provide feedback, report bugs, take part in surveys, polls, and more.
By bringing the Xbox Insider Hub to Windows Store, Microsoft is making it much easier for users to report bugs by using their PC keyboard.
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