Microsoft wants your feedback on how to improve the Windows Insider Program

Windows 10 is the product not just of Microsoft's own efforts, but also those of the millions of people around the world who have been testing preview versions of its new operating system on phones and PCs. This feedback informs the company's decisions on where to make future changes and improvements - but now, Microsoft is asking for feedback on the Windows Insider Program itself.

As WinSuperSite reports, Microsoft's Gabe Aul added a post to the Insider Hub on Windows 10, inviting users to have their say on how the program can be improved in the year ahead by completing a 10-15 minute survey. Those who include the email address associated with their Windows Insider account when submitting the survey will also have the chance to win a Surface Book. Links to the survey, which are available in 20 languages, can be found in the post in the Hub app.

As Gabe's post points out, Microsoft has "lots of exciting plans for the Windows Insider Program in 2016"... but you'll have to wait a bit longer to find out exactly what the company has in store.

Earlier this month, Microsoft sent a free Lumia 950 or 950 XL and Display Dock to some of the most active participants on the Insider program.

Source: WinSuperSite

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