The hunt is on - the final Windows 10 Creators Update Bug Bash begins today

Earlier this week, Microsoft released Windows 10 for PCs build 15025 to the Fast ring, promising that a Bug Bash would begin later this week. That Bug Bash begins today, and it will be focused on the aforementioned build, which was also released to phones a day later.

The event will run for the next eight days, and it will end on February 11 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time. As with all Bug Bashes, you can participate by going to the Feedback Hub and completing quests. If you run across any issues, you would submit them as feedback.

Microsoft asks that if you are going to submit feedback, please search for it first, rather than creating a duplicate of something that already exists. If you find someone else that already submitted the same issue, you can upvote it.

There will be two kinds of quests:

  • UPDATE Quests: Quests marked as “Update” exercise update paths from Windows 10 Anniversary Update to the Windows 10 Insider Preview Bug Bash build.

  • DEVELOPER Quests: Quests marked as “Developer Quests” specifically are designed for Developers and may require coding.

During the event, there will be two live webcasts, the first being on February 7 from 2-4 pm PT, and it will feature Dona Sarkar and Bill Karagounis as guests. The second will be on February 11 from 7-9 pm, and that will include none other than former Windows Insider Program head Gabe Aul.

For participating in the final Creators Update Bug Bash, you'll get a badge in the Feedback Hub. You'll just need to do three things: download and install build 15025, complete a quest, and submit or upvote one piece of feedback.

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