The Windows Insider team has taken a liking to its interactive Mixer webcasts over the past year and are looking to continue the tradition for this year’s #bugbash event.
Starting From 10 a.m. PST/ 6 p.m. UTC fans can watch a live stream of unadulterated Windows 10 Insider madness, covering all things past, present and future about the company’s latest OS offering while addressing bugs in real-time.
Hello #WindowsInsiders! If you haven't marked your calendar, now's a good time to do it! Our #BugBash webcast will be live tomorrow at 10am PST / 6pm UTC on https://t.co/gKWNaQ5FcM! We'll talk BugBash and our guests will talk about some changes we've made in Windows! pic.twitter.com/cqSfD8BWGm
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) January 28, 2019
Tomorrow, January 29, 2019, may be a good time to tune as the Windows team is set to make its leap from the current development branch of Windows 10 Insider development to the next big one that’s rumored to include a more modular approach to Windows 10 and introduce testing of new features planned to accompany folding devices later this year.