Microsoft appoints new Windows Insider Program lead ahead of 'new era' for Windows 10
Amanda Langowski has been named new lead for the Windows Insider Program.
What you need to know
- Microsoft announced Amanda Langowski as the new head of the Windows Insider Program.
- Langowski was previously in charge of the flighting system for the Windows Insider Program.
- Microsoft's Panos Panay made the announcement earlier today.
The Windows Insider Program has finally found its new leader. Amanda Langowski, previously in charge of the flighting system for the Windows Insider Program, and also coordinated several beta programs for Windows back in the day. Langowski is now in charge of the entire Windows Insider Program, replacing Dona Sarkar who left the role in October 2019.
Microsoft's Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay, made the announcement earlier today, and says that Langowski is the right person for leading the Insider Program into the next era. Panay recently took charge of the Windows client and user experience, which likely means some big changes are in the works for Windows 10.
The Windows Insider Program is going to play a vital role in the development and testing phase for this "new era" of Windows, which may have been teased in a video posted by Panay on Instagram. In the video, a brand new UI design for Windows 10 is showcased, many elements of which are not part of the product today. Windows 10 is in need of a good face lift, and perhaps that's first on Panay's agenda now that the Insider Program has a leader once again.
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