You can shape the future of Windows 10 by sharing your thoughts, concerns, and complaints about the OS with its creator.

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Do you have some opinions on how Microsoft can improve Windows 10, or a question about a certain feature? With the release of two Windows 10 Creators Updates last year, users have even more issues to praise or pooh-pooh. And you can do all this through Microsoft’s Feedback app.

The Windows 10 Feedback app highlights key changes to Windows 10, and is also a forum where you can add your own two cents about your experiences with the OS.

To access the Feedback app, or Feedback Hub as Microsoft calls it, you’ll need to be running Windows 10 and you’ll need a Microsoft account. If you’re a Windows Insider, which means you receive pre-release versions, or builds, of Windows 10 ahead of the general population, you get a few extra perks via the Feedback app. Below we’ll go through what you get with and without a Windows Insider account.