Microsoft describes the feedback process for the Windows 10 Technical Preview
Microsoft has just launched the first update for its Windows 10 Technical Preview, based on feedback from its many users. In fact, Microsoft has gone out of its way to make sure that it gets as much feedback as possible for its OS. In a blog post, Microsoft's Gabe Aul, the leader of the Operating Systems Group's Data and Fundamentals Team, writes about just how that feedback is translated into actual new features and bug fixes for future builds.
Aul states, "To date you've sent us over 250,000 pieces of feedback through the Windows Feedback tool, 25,381 community forum posts, and 641 suggestions in the Windows Suggestion Box." However, once someone sends in a specific feedback note, it goes through what he calls "ring progression." Aul says:
Microsoft has set up a new "fast" and "slow" update option for Windows 10 Technical Preview with this new build and Aul has updated the "ring progression" diagram to reflect that system as well. Will you be a "fast" or "slow" updater for Windows 10?
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Jokes apart, I will choose the faster one.. I don't mind that they crash, it's not my main machine.. I WANT CRASHES :D