Previously only available for Windows Insiders on test builds of Windows 10, the Feedback Hub app is now available for all. First spotted by French blog TheWindose.fr, the Feedback Hub can now be downloaded by anyone running Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile, allowing everyone to submit feedback to the Windows team at Microsoft.
Though this does open the app up to anyone who wishes to make their voice known, it does appear that certain sections are still limited to Windows Insiders. However, if you're a non-Insider and would like to start reporting bugs or otherwise offer up your opinion on certain features, you should be able to grab the app now at the Windows Store link below.
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