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Windows 7 Testers Find 2,000 Bugs: Be Proud You Found One

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It's been nearly two months since the beta of Windows 7 was officially released to the general public, and some of us have been getting fidgety to know just what bugs have been reported and what will be fixed. Microsoft was biding its time, letting the information collect and nearly stagnate, when we finally got official word on some of the results of the testing process.


The reason it took so long, so says Steven Sinofsky, senior vice president for Windows and Windows Live Engineering Group at Microsoft, is from the sheer feedback, and apparently not just from the Send Feedback option on every Windows 7 program title bar.


What we can say for certain, is that we are listening to each and every comment, blog post, news story, MS Connect report, Send Feedback item, and of course all the data and telemetry.


So if you want to get a word in to Microsoft, don't shoot an email. They won't read it. Instead write a blog post including the term "Windows 7," and you'll be set.


full story > http://www.osnews.com/story/21052/Windows_...d_You_Found_One

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