You can ask Microsoft anything about Windows 10's Feedback Hub in a Reddit AMA session today

If you've got an idea for how to make Windows 10 better - or if you've found a problem in the OS that you think needs to be addressed - the Feedback Hub is the place to go. Microsoft uses the app, which is pre-loaded in Windows 10, to collect feedback about every aspect of its operating system, to help guide its development of the OS for future updates.

Today, Microsoft will be hosting a Reddit AMA ('ask me anything') session to answer Windows 10 users' questions about the Feedback Hub. The event will be hosted by Microsoft engineer and program manager Devin Sinha (@Giffdev), who said that he will "take questions, hear your thoughts about the app and your feedback experiences with engineers at Microsoft."

The AMA session will begin at 1:30pm PT (4:30pm ET) on the Windows 10 Reddit; a new thread will be created once the session goes live.

Source: Windows 10 Reddit

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