Windows 11 Preview Build 22622.436 was recently available for Insiders in the Beta Channel by Microsoft. For individuals who have signed up for the Beta Channel, the business has also made another significant news alongside this one. For Windows 11 Insiders, Microsoft has launched “a unique Bug Bash” on the Beta Channel.
For those who are unaware, the main goal of Bug Bashes is to motivate Windows Insiders to report problems in the operating system and other types of feedback through the Feedback Hub app. When a major version of Windows is about to be released, Microsoft typically launches the Bug Bash program to fix any lingering critical flaws.
The release of Windows 11 22H2, the upcoming significant update to Windows 11, is quite likely to occur soon. Since June, Windows 11 22H2 has been available in preview form only. Now that several vulnerabilities have been addressed, the Redmond-based software behemoth can release a trustworthy Windows 11 22H2 upgrade without any problems. One method for making speedy fixes is the “special Bug Bash” Microsoft mentioned.
There will be restrictions on who can take part in this “special Bug Bash” event. You may assist the Windows developer team by squashing bugs, according to Microsoft, if you are running Windows 11 Build 22622.436. To do this, look for quests in the Feedback Hub app. From July 20 to July 25, there will be a Bug Bash (PDT).
At the conclusion of every Bug Bash, Microsoft typically awards a badge of accomplishment. The firm did not make any such notification this time, so we are unsure if the achievement badge is still available to Insiders.
Open the Feedback Hub app if you’re a Windows 11 Beta Channel Insider using the most recent release and have something to share with Microsoft right away.