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    In addition to the various other Windows Insider Program rings, there's a separate flighting group you can join for testing Windows 10 PC gaming features. Here's how.
    Microsoft has a wide range of Windows Insider programs for its various apps and services, with one of the newest being the Windows Gaming mini flight ring, accessible from the Xbox Insider app on Windows 10.
    The Windows Gaming flight ring gives you access to specific betas and other tests, based on the current Windows build you're running.
    Here's how to quickly join this obscure mini ring to see if there are any new features you can test out ahead of launch.

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    04-04-2019 03:30 PM

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