September 2018 Windows Insider Leaderboard

Every day, Windows Insiders like you help make Windows even better. Whether it’s a brilliant suggestion for a new feature or an insight into how we can make existing features even better—we’re continually impressed with your feedback. Now we’d like to send a little recognition your way with our new Windows Insider Leaderboard. This leaderboard recognizes top Insiders who have….

New 19H1 achievement badges

New achievement badges are now available for keeping your machine current with 19H1 Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds. Unlock each one by updating your device with the number of builds needed for that achievement: Flight Lieutenant – Flight one build Flight Captain – Flight three builds Flight Major – Flight seven builds Flight Commander – Flight 17 builds Build Monster –….

Feedback Hub introduces severity of issues

Today, we’ve turned on a new feature in the Feedback Hub. You can now tell us how an issue is impacting your experience when filing new feedback. We believe this will let us better track the most serious issues, even when feedback volume is low. To get this to customers as quickly as possible, we’ve enabled this feature in English only….

Servicing comes to the Slow ring

Something very interesting has happened to Windows 10 Insiders Preview builds in the Slow ring over the past few months. They’re being released more regularly and with increased reliability. It’s all part of a commitment we made earlier this year to start servicing the Slow ring. This is especially good news for businesses who use Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds….