Dona Sarkar talks up November 201 Bug Bash, which begins next week!

Another round of bug searching is upon Windows 10 Insiders. As the Windows team prepares for its early 2017 Creators Update release, they are leveraging the millions of Windows 10 Insiders to help them add spit and polish to the release by offering another Bug Bash week of engagement.

Earlier today, Windows 10 Insider build 14959 was released and with it came more fixes than features, and it seems the Windows team would like to continue that trend before introducing new items to users.

November 201 Bug Bash begins next week!

We are moving the Bug Bash start date up to Monday, November 7th 12:01 AM PST. We wanted to give you, Windows Insiders, and our Windows Engineers the same dates for finding bugs (in the past our engineers started a day early)! We will start the Bug Bash on Build 14959 that is being released today so you can have time to get your PC’s and phones updated prior to the Bug Bash so you can start Quests as soon as they are published.  The Bug Bash will still finish at the end of the day on Sunday, November 13th (PST). Our whole team will be bug bashing with some fun events in-house and we are looking forward to seeing a lot of participation from Insiders!

If you have ideas on what Quests you will like to see for the Bug Bash, let us know!

For anyone interested, visit your Feedback Hub app in your Insider build to find more information or begin a Bug Bash quest.

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