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Microsoft set to launch Insider.Windows.com, a new website for Windows Insiders

Head of the Windows Insider Program Dona Sarkar was a special guest on the latest Windows Weekly podcast yesterday, which was recorded live from Microsoft’s Inspire conference in Washington D.C. The discuss shared some insight about the company’s partner ecosystem during the episode, but Sarkar also announced that Microsoft is in final testing for a new website dedicated for Windows Insiders, Insider.Windows.com.

According to Sarkar, the new site may launch as early as next week, though it will be first available to Windows Insider MVPs before opening to everyone. Here is what you can expect:

  • The new website will be focused on different kind of audiences, including consumers, SMBs and large businesses.
  • It will feature a Resources section, where Insiders can learn how to roll back to previous builds and much more. There will also be content sourced by Insiders, Sarkar said
  • It will also have a Feedback Hub section to ask Insiders what other information they’d like to have on the website. We’ll have to wait and see whether the new site will bring a web version of the full Feedback Hub.

You can listen to what Dona Sarkar said about the new website in the video below (the segment starts at 59:10):

Overall, the new website has been designed to empower all Windows Insiders to do more with Windows 10, and it will be a nice complement to the Windows 10 Feedback Hub app. We’ll let you know if we learn more about the website in the coming days, let us know in the comments if you’re looking forward to visit it.

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Are you looking forward to use the new Windows Insider website?