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    Microsoft is developing a new component of the Windows Insider Program, which could transform how the company incorporates new features, improvements and fixes into Windows 10.
    A new experimental Windows initiative from Microsoft, known as "Cohorts," focuses on how the company handles feedback from the Windows Insider Program. Cohorts are groups of people with a common passion, characteristic, or area of expertise. Microsoft hopes these highly-focused groups will help bring fresh insights into how existing Windows 10 features are used, while offering a higher quality of relevant, real-world feedback to inform decisions on introducing new features to the OS.

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    02-19-2018 06:40 AM

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