Participate in the March 2022 Microsoft Windows 11 Bug Bash and Earn Rewards

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  • The Redmond tech company announces a new Bug Bash event for Windows 11.
  • Windows Insiders can now perform various tasks, report bugs, and earn rewards.
  • The main focus right now for both the tech giant and users is to improve the new operating system.
  • You may like to know when the new event will take place from March 16 to March 22.

Windows 11 bug squashing

Indeed, the Bug Bash event is back and Microsoft is once again relying on its Insider community to find and report bugs that still remain embedded in the system.

So if you are also an Insider and want perform various tasks in the feedback hub and also earn rewards by doing so, then this event is for you/

Microsoft mobilizes users to improve Windows 11

You can now find many special quests in the Feedback Hub, as part of this second Bug Bash 2021. This includes performing tasks involving the Start menu, Snapping or Windows,

Other activities you can undertake are notification center, app animations, snap layouts, as well as widgets. A total of 22 quests are currently available, including the ones mentioned above.

You may also need to install a progressive web app on Microsoft Edge or try out the new tablet rotation animation.

A smart move by Microsoft, engaging people even more in this new experience and ensuring they always have a continuous supply of reports.

From March 16-22, the Redmond tech giant will host a Bug Bash covering the latest Insider Preview builds.

Interested parties should keep an eye on the Feedback Hub under the Announcements section where new details will be posted closer to the start date.

Insiders who participate in the Bug Bash by completing Quests and submission of comments during this time you will receive a Bug Bash badge in Feedback Hub.

Remember that you must be a Windows Insider and have the new operating system installed on your device to participate in this online event.

If you’re not an Insider yet, you can learn all about how to become one with our in-depth article.

Also keep in mind that you can also apply for an Office Insider position, and thus have the opportunity to test the new version of Microsoft’s Office suite.

As you probably remember, the last Windows Insider bug squashing party organized by Microsoft dates back to May and focused on Windows 10.

Are you already a Windows 11 Insider? Tell us about the bugs you encountered while testing the upcoming operating system. in the comments section below.

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