Microsoft on April 13 launched a new "opt-in" based "Windows Feedback Program" inviting customers who want to be more actively involved providing direct feedback to Microsoft.
The program is invite-only and only available for customers in the US.
"We are actively seeking volunteers who are using Windows 7 or the Windows 8 Consumer Preview to participate. The program is not a way to submit bugs for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, but rather a way to help the company "build better software by getting a broader understanding of your perceptions and experiences with our products"," Microsoft stated in a new blog post on the Windows Experience Blog.
"Customers who are invited into the program can choose to provide feedback in two ways: through surveys or automatically by installing a special client on their PC that collects data," Microsoft added.
Those who get invited for over 4 months will be eligible to receive free software and Xbox games such as Microsoft Office 2010, Kinect Disneyland, and Forza Motorsport 4."
The program consists of filling out surveys or by installing a special client that collects data on your PC.
"Due to the swell of interest, Microsoft achieved the recruiting goals for program and recruiting is now closed," posted Microsoft.
Since this post is not more than a dud, here are some great Windows Server 8 inteviews to watch. Hope you like!
Windows Server 8 - Manageability and Powershell with Ian Lucas: In this interview, Lucas talks about Windows Server 8 Manageability enhancements, Server Manager, Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) and some seriously gnarly stuff to do with ISE Powershell enhancements.
Windows Server 8 - Hyper-V and Beyond Virtualization with Jeff Woolsey: Woolsey, a Hyper-V champion talk about all the updates and changes to everything Hyper-V:
Windows Server 8 - Extensible Switch in Hyper-V with Bob Combs: Combs talks about Windows Server 8's new Extensible Switch in Hyper-V networking. Awesome stuff with what it can do to enable a new layer of networking to your environment with partner integration.
Windows Server 8 - Storage changes with Thomas Pfenning: Pfenning talks about Windows Server 8 Storage Enhancements, architectural changes and some very cool high availability options for Hyper-V and SQL workloads for business organizations of all sizes.