Microsoft has officially kicked off its November Bug Bash for Windows 10 Insiders running the latest build, 14959. Like previous Bug Bashes, this latest is meant to catch as many bugs as possible in the latest build by tasking Insiders with quests in the Feedback Hub.
Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar announced the start of the Bug Bash on Twitter, also highlighting where Microsoft is focusing its attention for this particular round:
#WIndowsInsiders: we are kicking off our Nov bug bash today. Our team is heavily focusing on Creating: 3D, Windows Ink, Developers!#WIndowsInsiders: we are kicking off our Nov bug bash today. Our team is heavily focusing on Creating: 3D, Windows Ink, Developers!— Dona Sarkar (@donasarkar) November 7, 2016November 7, 2016
If you're a Windows Insider running Windows 10 build 14959, which just saw its release last week, you can take part in the Bug Bash by completing quests that appear in the Feedback Hub app. The Bug Bash itself will run through November 13, and should ultimately culminate in a ton of pesky bugs being fixed by Microsoft engineers once finished.
Are you planning to take part in the November Bug Bash? Let us know in the comments below!
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