Many consider the redesigned Start menu one of the worst aspects of Windows 11, a now two-year-old operating system. Here are the top 10 changes and features users want Microsoft to make.
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A now-removed quest published in Microsoft's official Feedback Hub app revealed an internal app the company uses to manage hidden features in Windows 11, surprisingly similar to the ViVeTool program.
You probably heard that Windows 11 lacks many features Windows 10 users want. Although the statement is true, the company is working hard to fix the situation. Here are the top 10 changes it has made.
File Explorer in Windows 11 has already received several feature upgrades. While Microsoft is working on another significant update, here is what Windows 11 customers think the app needs the most.
Despite receiving a significant redesign in Windows 11, the Settings app still needs improvements and new features. Here are the top 10 changes users want according to Feedback Hub.
In this part of the "Top 10 changes and features people want" series, we take a closer look at the gaming-related things people want Microsoft to address in its operating systems.
Windows Widgets in Microsoft's latest operating system is a neat productivity-boosting feature. Still, according to Windows 11 users, Windows Widgets needs many improvements. Here are the top 10.
Do you think that the development of Windows could benefit from having a public roadmap that provides early mockups, details, and tentative time frames to gauge initial feedback on upcoming features?
Feedback Hub has a section dedicated to the Microsoft Store, where you can find what features and changes users want to see. Here are the most popular feedback posts that Microsoft is yet to address.
Microsoft sent an email to Windows Insiders earlier today in which it pats itself on the back for a job well done on the design of the Windows 11 Start menu. Does it even read the Feedback Hub?
There is a clear lack of centralized oversight from Microsoft's Windows 11 development team in terms of design standardization and prioritization. And that is something that needs to be fixed ASAP.
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.
A reference to Sun Valley 2 was made recently by Microsoft itself. Sun Valley 2 is the codename for Windows 11 version 22H2. Upon realizing it, the references were removed and the page was replaced.
The Windows 11 Taskbar is very different from the one present in Windows 10, primarily because Microsoft is looking to "simplify" the UI. However, one missing feature in particular annoys me a lot.
While this week was relatively slow due to the holiday season, we do have some notable items to recap including Active Directory woes, a couple of acquisitions, and what almost became Cortana's name.
Microsoft's Feedback Hub is supposed to be a major channel to voice your feedback to the company, but some apparent issues are resulting in upvote counts decreasing as much as 40% in a few days.
It's been an eventful week in the Microsoft-verse thanks to some Edge shenanigans, a festive Windows Ugly Sweater, and Dev Channel build 22509, which addresses many issues related to Windows 11.
Windows 11 became generally available a couple of months ago, and people have a lot of suggestions regarding how it can be improved. In this piece, we have highlighted the top 10 most requested items.
Microsoft is reportedly preparing a new "Feedback portal" for its Microsoft 365 services. It will hit preview later this year and more products, such as Windows, will be added next year.
A feature request on the Feedback Hub has gained a lot of traction with Insiders as it asks Microsoft to restore the ability to move the taskbar to the top or to the sides of the screen in Windows 11.
Microsoft is starting off the first Bug Bash to collect feedback on Windows 11 from Windows Insiders. The event will allow Insiders to submit feedback to Microsoft and collect achievements.
Microsoft has now published a support document outlining why its UserVoice feedback pages abruptly disappeared, and that it's going to be replacing them with first-party solutions moving forward.
Microsoft has recently pushed out a new update to the Feedback Hub for Insiders on the Fast and Skip Ahead rings. It brings with it a new design, an Objectives tab and expanded settings options.
While Skip Ahead Insiders did not get a new build of Redstone 4 to play around with last night, they did receive a new version of the Feedback Hub which brings a few new features to it.
Microsoft will host an 'ask me anything' session on Reddit today, during which it will "take questions, hear your thoughts about the app and your feedback experiences with engineers at Microsoft."
Microsoft today released an update for the Feedback Hub application for Windows Insiders that are enrolled in the Fast ring, which gives it support for the new share pane in the OS.
Now that the Feedback Hub is available to everyone in Windows 10, so too are the issues that prevent it from opening. The issue arises when you are required to sign in and that fails, repeatedly.
Microsoft has updated its Feedback Hub for Windows 10 PCs and phones in the Fast ring, adding a new dark theme, and inviting users to suggest new features that they'd like to see in future updates.
After disclosing statistics about Windows 10 usage yesterday, Microsoft has revealed some figures about its Insider Program as well, including a few nifty rewards for those enrolled.
Microsoft has made the Feedback Hub app, previously exclusive to Windows Insiders, available to all Windows 10 users. While some content remains exclusive, users can still voice their opinions.
With Windows 10 just under two months away from launch, Microsoft's Gabe Aul announced that the Windows Feedback app will make the jump from the Technical Preview to the final release on July 29th.