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Microsoft User Research Customer Calls

Discuss the Camera app directly with Windows engineers If you use the Camera app in Windows—or might be interested in using the app in the future—our engineers would like to invite you to an upcoming customer research session. Organized by Microsoft User Research, this voluntarily, online session is designed to support other feedback channels such as the Feedback Hub. It’s….

Check out the latest Windows Insider Leaderboard—May 2019

Every day, Windows Insiders like you give valuable feedback to help make Windows even better. We recognize extraordinary Insiders for their contributions from the last month on the Leaderboard below. You can appear on the Leaderboard by giving feedback, garnering upvotes for your feedback, and completing quests—all done through the Feedback Hub. See the details on how you can make….

Sticky Notes v3.7 now available to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring

Heads up Windows Insiders – Sticky Notes v3.7 is rolling out to those of you in the Fast ring! Sticky Notes v3.7 includes the following changes: Ink Analysis is back! There was a bad bug preventing you from getting ink insights and handwriting analysis, but we squashed it. Insights is better than ever! We did a bunch of bug fixing….

Windows Insiders talk directly with engineers about the taskbar

Microsoft engineers recently stepped out of the work lab and on to the phone to talk to Windows Insiders like you. The objective was to have conversations with customers who actively use the taskbar in Windows. The engineering team is continuously improving the discoverability of taskbar settings and choosing better defaults based on how Insiders interact with the taskbar. That….

New Microsoft Paint Accessibility Features

Note from Brandon: I am publishing this on behalf of the team responsible for MSPaint.  We know that Microsoft Paint (MSPaint) is well-loved by customers and we’re pleased to announce new accessibility features coming to Microsoft Paint with the release of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. We’ve introduced the keyboard as a primary input mechanism. Microsoft Paint is already….

Check out the latest Windows Insider Leaderboard — April 2019

Every day, Windows Insiders like you give valuable feedback to help make Windows even better. We recognize extraordinary Insiders for their contributions from the last month on the Leaderboard below. You can appear on the Leaderboard by giving feedback, garnering upvotes for your feedback, and completing quests—all done through the Feedback Hub. See the details on how you can make….

Windows Insider Annual Survey 2019

A look back, a look ahead Every year, we invite Windows Insiders to take our Annual Survey—one of our most important surveys of the year. This is the one we use to help guide planning and improvements across the entire program. It dives deep into what interests you as an Insider, what excites you about the program, and what you….

The Windows Insider Program at Microsoft Build 2019

This year’s conference wrapped up on May 8 with an amazing showcase of new technologies for developers of all kinds to create intelligent and productive solutions. If you missed any of the sessions, you’ll now find them available on the Build site. We’ve listed a few sessions that Windows Insider Program developers will find particularly interesting. You can also click….

What happens when a group of Windows Insiders use tech to make a movie?

About two years ago, one of the members of the Windows Insider Program team, Vivek,  gathered  a crew of his Microsoft tech enthusiast friends and decided to make a feature film using Microsoft product—and run as a scrappy startup with very little funding.  On April 12, their movie, VellaiPookal – Dandelion had its world-premiere showing at the Cinemark Lincoln Square….