Speaking at a Build 2016 session in San Francisco, Windows Insider chiefs Gabe Aul and Bill Karagounis took the stage to give viewers an inside look at the Windows Insider program. In the video above, you can learn about the inception of the program, its progress thus far, and more.

One particularly interesting tidbit form the beginning of the talk is that the Windows Insider program was initially envisioned as a testing ground for around 250,000 members. Shortly before it was launched, however, the decision was made to open it up for everyone. Fast forward to today, and there are now seven million registered Insiders.

Looking to the future, it was revealed that commenting support will soon soon be added to the Feedback Hub, allowing Insiders and Microsoft engineers to communicate with one another.

For more, be sure to check out the full session video above.