April 2016 Windows 10 Anniversary Update Bug Bash

Hi everyone, This is Mike Fortin, the Corporate VP of Windows and Devices Core Quality.  We are excited to include you, the Windows Insiders, in this Windows 10 Anniversary Update Bug Bash. Internally we started the Bug Bash on Monday, while we validated this latest build met the ring promotion criteria. This week our teams are focused on filing feedback submissions & up-votes alongside Windows Insiders, reviewing incoming feedback from Windows Insiders and Microsoft engineers, prioritizing the problems being reported from feedback, and then fixing bugs based on your feedback. The Bug Bash will run through Sunday May 1st, 11:59 PM PST.

We know Windows Insiders have already submitted feedback in many areas. This week is a great opportunity try new features of the product and discover areas of the product you may not have explored previously. As you do this, please submit feedback or add additional comments to any existing feedback, and up-vote problems you are also experiencing.

We are also using a daily set of new Quests within the Feedback hub both with our internal Microsoft engineers and Windows Insiders to help highlight different areas of the product to try and give feedback on. Today’s Quests are available here.

We have lots of opportunities for Windows Insiders to participate in this Windows 10 Anniversary Update Bug Bash.


To participate in this Bug Bash, you must be a registered Windows Insider. To register your MSA or check for prior registration, visit insider.windows.com.

If you are already running Windows 10 Insider Preview builds, you’ll need to be on the latest Fast ring build. If you’d like to participate in the Bug Bash on an additional device that is not currently flighting, review the following steps:

Mobile flighting:

PC flighting:

If your PC already has a Windows 10 build installed:

If your PC is currently running Windows 7, 8, or 8.1:

Giving Feedback:

Feedback is important for making changes and improvements in Windows 10. This communication with users helps Microsoft gauge product satisfaction, build quality, and is instrumental in guiding conversations regarding what changes to make within the OS.

Receiving quality and actionable feedback is key in achieving these goals. When providing feedback, please take the following steps:

Check for existing feedback

Use a clear title when submitting new feedback

 Provide feedback items one item at a time

Provide a clear and thorough description of the issue

We will be sending updates daily with new quests, so stay tuned to the Feedback Hub for news and information. If you have questions, please reach out to us via Twitter! Our handle is @WindowsInsider.

Thanks again for participating in this Bug Bash and helping make the Windows 10 Anniversary Update even better!