The Windows team is in the midst of its Bug Bash event and has issues another round of quest released for Insiders today. Arguably, some Windows Insiders feel as though every day is a Bug Bash event for them as they deal with various kinks and quirks the come along with each new build release.
Windows Insiders: The next set of Bug Bash quests are available in the Feedback Hub. Check them out! https://t.co/QE098ZkPk9
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) April 28, 2016
However, for this well-publicized event, the Windows team has been assigning very specific quest for users to test for the past two days that include checking items such as language settings, keyboard accessibility, and Japanese text inputs.
Today’s list of Bug Bash quests includes checking the suspend and restore functions of the Alarm Clock in Windows 10, Power management and smart standby, Bluetooth connectivity, Graphics and 2D Geometry as well as ink and photos effects in Windows 10.
Other quests involve testing text, emoji and font graphics, sleep and resume and its effects on re-rendering graphics, the connecting and disconnecting of displays and its effects on graphic content and the capturing and viewing of DNG images on a Windows Mobile device. Keep in mind, the quests are limited time investigations as the Windows team has only another 48 hours to cover the rest of the operating system.
It’s clear: the Windows team has very specific issues it is looking to tackle over the next two days. With the help of a portion of its 7 million Insiders, the Windows team should be well on its way to delivering a stable update to consumers later this year with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Insiders, head over to the Feedback Hub to see the latest details on Windows 10 development, regardless of your participation in the Bug Bash event. For everyone else, let us know if you’ve been participating in the Bug Bash Quests and whether or not you’ve found it useful, in the comments below.