Windows 10 Feedback Hub goes dark with a new theme for Insiders in the Fast ring

There was a lot of enthusiasm earlier this year when it emerged that Microsoft was planning to offer a full dark theme for Windows 10 as part of the Anniversary Update. The update is now rolling out to PCs in a process that is expected to be completed by November.

Some Windows 10 apps have had dark theme support for quite a while now, but many have not. And while Windows Insiders have offered the loudest voices in calling for dark-themed apps in the OS, the Feedback Hub has had to make do with only a white theme... until now.

Microsoft has now updated the Feedback Hub for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring, introducing new dark theme support. Microsoft's Devin Sinha mentioned the new feature today, noting that there have been some other "nice new changes" to look out for.

The dark theme is available now to those running Windows 10 Insider Preview builds from the Development Branch (Redstone 2) on both PCs and phones. To get the dark theme up and running, go to the Windows Store and grab the latest Feedback Hub update.

Sinha added that Microsoft "is looking at your suggestions as we plan new features" for the Feedback Hub app. He added: "Please go to the app and Upvote and suggest what you'd like to see."

Source: @Giffdev

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