Microsoft India has set up a new website for its "Create Together" program to enroll users who wish to help design devices for the company's partners.
Prior to the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft started the Windows Insider program to get feedback from users about its OS, which so far has been a huge success. Many early adopters have continued to stay in the program even after the release of the company's latest operating system and have been part of celebratory events worldwide.
Now, as Windows Central reports, via @AdityaGhode, it seems Microsoft is aiming to do something similar for Windows-based devices with "Create Together". According to the company's microsite, the program will let select users provide their ideas for making new devices in collaboration with Microsoft's partners.
LET'S DO THE AMAZING. LET'S CREATE SOMETHING EMPOWERING. IT'S TIME TO 'CREATE TOGETHER'.
IMAGINE BEING A PART OF THE MAKING OF A DEVICE OF YOUR CHOICES, YOUR COLOURS, YOUR DESIGN, YOUR WISHES.
A DEVICE CREATED WITH YOUR VISION, BUILT BY A MICROSOFT PARTNER. A DEVICE THAT WILL EMPOWER YOU TO DO MORE AND TELL YOUR STORY, YOUR WAY.
A DEVICE MADE FROM THOUGHTFUL CHOICES OF A SELECT FEW LIKE YOU.
SO, LET'S BEGIN THIS JOURNEY.
It is unclear whether the program is open for users worldwide since the company hasn't specifically mentioned it on the website. Users interested in joining can provide their details and wait for Microsoft to contact them.