The Bug Bash event that asked Windows Insiders to complete Quests, with the ultimate goal of making Windows 11 better ends today; so it's the last day you can earn the participation sticker.
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As promised in the release notes for the latest Windows 11 preview build, Microsoft today launches the so-called Bug Bash. In a nutshell, the company asks you to help fix and polish Windows 11.
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