Microsoft is Making it Easier to Complain About Windows 10

Rafia Shaikh
Posted May 23, 2016
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Don’t like some feature in Windows 10? Need to take out your frustration on Microsoft? Well, it’s possible now. Feedback Hub, which has remained exclusive to the members of the Windows 10 Insider Program, is now accessible to everyone.

Windows 10 Feedback Hub goes live for over 300m users

Windows 10 is Microsoft’s best effort in the last few years, but the operating system is not without issues. The OS brought in a design mostly based on user feedback and the company is continuously improving it. Microsoft is expected to release a major Windows 10 Anniversary Update this July. While it’s not certain if the desktop OS will keep receiving major annual updates, Microsoft will certainly welcome user feedback to improve the operating system.

Interested in getting the Windows 10 Feedback Hub to start counter-annoying Microsoft? You can use it to give positive feedback, or just let out some anger you might have felt at some feature or the other. The Feedback Hub is now available for download in the Windows Store, so use it to give some valuable feedback to Microsoft about bugs, stability issues or the features you want to see.

Help us make Windows better! Provide feedback about Windows and apps by sharing your suggestions or problems. If you want to be even more involved, then join the Windows Insider program and keep up with the latest alerts and announcements, rate the builds, participate in feedback Quests, and earn badges.

Help Microsoft make Windows 10 better and head over to the Windows Store to get the Feedback Hub app. Download the app and you can report your problems and upload images to better convey your problems. You will also be able to submit your suggestions or check out the trending Feedback section to see which issues are currently the most popular among users. Users also get the ability to upvote and comment on others’ feedback to highlight common issues.

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All in, it’s a good and simple app that does the job. So go ahead, and start complaining!

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