Microsoft is hosting what it calls its “Bug Bash” for Windows Insiders previewing upcoming changes to the 19H1 branch of Windows 10. The event is running today, and will close on February 3.
Users previewing the build are encouraged to provide feedback for bugs and improvement requests by holding down the Windows key and R at the same time to access the Feedback Hub. This will allow them to provide a title and description of their problem and include a screenshot to help the team fix problems. If the problem already exists, users can upvote issues that are already available.
Today marks the start of the bug bash! #WindowsInsiders
— Jen Gentleman 🌺 (@JenMsft) January 23, 2019
A user only need to install the latest Insider build by joining the Insider program. As part of the push, Microsoft will be giving user “quests” each day to assign its users different tasks each day. And to help further entice users to report bugs and provide feedback, the team is also rewarding active users a new Feedback Hub Achievement Bug Badge, which will be awarded at the end of the event.
What are some bug you think Microsoft will need to smash before its next major release of Windows 10? Let us know in the comments.
Further reading: 19H1, Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows Insider