Microsoft has started Bug Bash for Windows 11 to improve the OS with your input

From today until March 22, Microsoft is running a Bug Bash for Insiders on the Dev channel. Insiders are invited to submit their feedback about bugs they found in the OS. Currently, Windows 11 Bug Bash is only available to Insiders running Windows 10 Build 22572.

Windows 11 Bug Bash March 2022

As part of this event, Insiders will be offered to complete a number of quests in the Feedback Hub. There are 26 different tasks like “click here, click there, see what happens." If something went wrong, you are invited to write a feedback post about the unexpected behavior.

These quests are updated daily. They include features like new Bluetooth and Do Not Disturb options, window snapping, and more.

If you completed at least one quest as part of the Bug Bash event, you will receive the corresponding achievement badge in the Feedback Hub. Microsoft will also issue badges for those who upvoted, confirmed and left valuable feedback.

Before submitting anything to the Feedback Hub, make sure that someone else has not already published the same before you. If such a post already exists, then just support it.

I personally suggest you write in polite words. Never write things "Doesn't work, Microsoft sucks". Simple "Doesn't work" is not helpful.  Try to give the developers clear understanding what exactly is broken or not working on your computer.

Finally, try to provide as many details as you can about your issue, and attach some screenshots, if possible.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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