Late last month, Microsoft unveiled its next Windows version that it surprisingly calls Windows 10. This new OS will be available officially from mid next year (2015) and the company is currently offering a technical preview for those who want to test it and give feedback on how it can be improved.
Microsoft has revealed that since the technical preview was available to download, over 1 million people have registered and are testing it. Microsoft has also revealed that it has already received over 200,00 pieces of feedback on Windows 10 technical preview so far. This is quite impressive given that it has only been around for about 2 weeks.
Microsoft says that it is now easier to give feedback than it was before. For those who do not want to give original feedback, you can just click the “me too” button that is built in the preview. This way, you will be confirming an issue that has already been reported by someone else. This will indicate to Microsoft that the issue is affecting many people.
Microsoft has gone further ahead to reveal that most people are running Windows 10 as their go-to operating system rather than running it on a virtual machine. To be exact Microsoft claims that 64% of testers have Windows 10 on real PCs and 68% of testers launch a minimum of 7 apps per day.
The team at Microsoft is hard at work going through the feedback, categorizing and processing it to help with the final development of Windows 10. So to get testing and don’t forget to send your feedback to Microsoft.
Source : Microsoft