New Customer Feedback Program at Microsoft

Microsoft has announced an exciting new initiative, a customer feedback program that allows folks like us to interact directly with the developers and let them know just how we feel. Rory Blyth wrote a really good post on the things that are wrong with Windows, and all I can say is “Amen and pass the crunchy peanut butter!” Read his post at and see if you don’t feel like saying exactly the same thing.

Anyway, if you want to learn more about the new program from Microsoft, go to and click the “See a Preview” link.

Rumor has it that Scott Hanselman, Microsoft’s newest employee will be the very first developer they will be trying this on.


2 thoughts on “New Customer Feedback Program at Microsoft

  1. I am so totally unhappy with vista. I just got a new laptop with it installed and I find it hard to navigate, many files my clients cannot open or edit, no matter how I save them.

    I chose windows/microsoft because its not mac. If I knew you were going to become a pseudo-mac, I would have just bought that.

    The old adage is: “if it aint broke, dont fix it”

    I am really bummed about this and I heard that now if I want to go back to something that looks more like the microsoft I know and love, then I would have to pay more to get a version that is only something I wanted in the first place.

    Total bummer. Please go back to your roots.


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