Windows 10: Next Up for the Windows Insider Program: Changing the World Insider
Next Up for the Windows Insider Program: Changing the World
Dona joins Windows Insiders for a Create-a-thon event at the New York City Microsoft Store.
Microsoft’s decision to test Windows 10 in the open was historic. But it has even bigger plans for the Windows Insider Program, which has grown into a true community of people who now have the power to change the world.
You may have heard some of this story before, as Microsoft publicly discussed the history of the Windows Insider Program at Build 2016
(905 MB .mp4). But in speaking with key members of the team over the past few months, I feel like a more complete picture has emerged. And that includes new details about the origins of the Insider program as well as what Microsoft has planned for the future.
So let’s start at the beginning...
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