Microsoft has once again launched a bug bash, this time with the goal of helping the company track down and fix bugs in its Windows 10 and Edge browser. To join the party, Microsoft is offering prizes to participants on its website. You can enter once a day by following the prompts on the website. The Bug Bash ends on June 14, so make sure you enter before then.
Microsoft has announced a new bug bash in which participants can earn rewards by finding bugs in Windows 10, Xbox One, and Xbox Live.
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- The Redmond-based technology company announces a new bash bug event to improve Windows 11.
- Participants in the Windows Insider program can now complete various tasks and report bugs, earning rewards from Microsoft.
- The main goal, both for the technology giant and the users, is now to continuously improve this new operating system.
- Microsoft will also allow people who are Office Insiders to test the new Office suite.
If you’re keen to attend, you should know that the Windows Insider Bug Bash is back and it’s all about Windows 11.
Until July 14, insiders can complete various tasks in the comment center, then submit their comments to Microsoft and receive a special achievement badge.
Microsoft collects users to improve Windows 11
As part of the second edition of 2021 Bug Bash, you will now find many special tasks in the Feedback Hub. This includes performing tasks related to the Start menu, binding or Windows,
You can also take action on the notification center, app animations, layouts, and widgets. There are currently a total of 22 quests available, including the one mentioned above.
You can also install a progressive web application in Microsoft Edge or try out a new tablet rotation animation.
This is a smart move by Microsoft, involving people more in this new experience and providing a constant stream of reports.
So far, Windows 11 users have noticed a few issues limiting the operating system that the Redmont-based tech company is likely already fixing.
Remember: To participate in this online event, you must be a member of the Windows Insider Program and have the new operating system installed on your device.
If you’re not an insider yet, you can read how to become one in our detailed article.
Also, don’t forget that you can sign up for the Office Insider program, which gives you a chance to test the new version of Microsoft’s Office suite.
As you may recall, Microsoft’s last Windows Insider promotion was in May and focused on Windows 10.
Already a member of the Windows 11 Insider Program? Let us know what bugs you have encountered while testing the next operating system in the comments section below.
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