And I've been there almost every minute of it. I think I missed a few days, but I was signed up almost at once.
Insider Program was a good idea pre-RTM, allowing users a legitimate means to test dev builds of the next version of Windows, but besides the new memory manager, post-RTM builds so far are mostly small cosmetic changes (so far).
I'm going to have some cake and ice cream.
The year seems to have gone very quick since this started
Just checked and I have been an Insider since the start
It's been an awesome program and I got a lot out of it.
I remember when we were all pining for the next build...
Yeah, I need a new build soon. This 9926 is acting up strange now.Don't need no stinking screen shoots, want the real thing. . .. . .Whatever. . .where's the new Win 10 TP. . .I hope tomorrow..No kidding! Screw the website! Get the next OS ready to ship!Yup time went fastWhat is wrong with NOW.
I do wonder though if the fact there will be no more "number" releases will diminish interest.
There were (OK fanatics like me) who were VERY interested in 10. Sure some people are waiting for the next build but there seems far less interest. I guess as 10532 and 10537 didn't actually do ANYTHING of interest (and even if they did MS didn't say).
If they did say "please test the memory compression" then OK.
If they just release a build with some (undocumented) option being your Timezone is worked out from your location then who would be interested in that? (They did and I'm not).
It is a shame but insider program is getting dull. It needs proper release notes explaining the changes.