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 http://www.neopoleon.com/home/blogs/neo/archive/2007/08/24/26758.aspx 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 http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itsshowtime/sessionh.aspx?videoid=9999 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”
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.