Windows 10 problem? Now everyone can gripe to Microsoft via Feedback Hub

All 300 million Windows 10 users can now use Microsoft's Feedback Hub app to help shape the future of Windows.

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Until now, Feedback Hub has been available exclusively to Windows users who participate in Microsoft's Insider Program.

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If you've got a complaint about Windows 10 or suggestions for how to make it better, you can now tell Microsoft using the Feedback Hub app.

Until now, Feedback Hub has been available exclusively to Windows users who participate in Microsoft's Insider Program. But now, just ahead of this summer's Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft has opened it up to all 300 million Windows 10 users.

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According to the app's description, Feedback Hub will allow Windows 10 users to submit feedback about Windows, and share suggestions or problems with Microsoft.

Feedback Hub is an amalgamation of a previously released Windows Feedback app and the Insider Hub for Windows Insiders, which Microsoft released earlier this year. The merged app itself also comes partly in response to feedback from users, who'd noticed duplication across the two apps.

While it offers a way for Microsoft engineers to hear what users think of Windows 10 as it evolves, the app also offers insiders a content feed to help them stay abreast of all the changes coming to Windows 10 in Microsoft's Fast and Slow lane builds.

Feedback Hub also lets users upvote others' suggestions, search for issues, and rate Microsoft's various Windows builds.

The app is available for anyone to install. However, it appears Microsoft is reserving some features for members of the Windows Insider program, which it is encouraging Windows 10 users to join. No doubt, more eyeballs watching over Windows 10, as well as higher engagement among users is beneficial for Microsoft.

"If you want to be even more involved, then join the Windows Insider program and keep up with the latest alerts and announcements, rate the builds, participate in feedback Quests, and earn badges," Microsoft says on the app's description.

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