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Tell us what you think about this pre-release version of Microsoft Windows

January 4th, 2006 by Jabez Gan [MVP]

I’d like to call attention to a link that is provided in the desktop feedback icon, Many of you probably didn’t even open that feedback document if you’ve been on the beta very long so I wanted to make sure everyone knows it’s there.

Please make use of this link to tell us what you think about Vista. It’s quick and easy to use and we’re looking at all the data we get there. It’s not a substitute for a bug report – we want to know what you like and what you dislike about Vista. What works well and what works not so well.

Bookmark the link and use it as often as you like when you find something you like or don’t like. Tell your friends, your fellow beta testers and anyone you know to give us their feedback there. Blog about it so everyone else knows about it – it’s on and it’s open to everyone who has an opinion about Vista.

We’re using some very very cool technology on the backend to summarize the data that arrives there. Technology that should give us a view into this free text type of data that we’ve never had before. The more data we get, the better it works so as I said, feel free to come back over and over as you find things you like or dislike.

Posted in MS News, Windows Vista | 3 Comments »

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3 Responses

  1. Patrick E Says:

    I actually will admit to not clicking on that icon. 😛

    That’s great that it’s open to public feedback — a good venue for those w/ access to the Vista bits via MSDN or TechNet Plus but not on TechBeta.

    Patrick Elliott
    Microsoft MVP – Windows Server System
    ^ New tagline 😉

  2. Patrick S Says:

    Whatttt You lucky guy…You are MVP :O and jabez is too :O
    Woah everyone is getting them!

  3. Jabez Gan Says:

    Maybe we should add the MVP logo on MSBlog too, since we now have 2 MVPs writing for the blog… 🙂