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Windows Insiders has helped Microsoft shape the Windows 10 operating system by allowing the enthusiast to beta testing the software and send feedback to the company. Since the development of the Redstone 4 update is in its final days, you won’t see many big noticeable changes or new features in new builds. The company is now actually making changes to the Windows Insiders program.

The Windows Insiders program has always been focused on Windows 10 operating system, and not the apps, with no proper rollout of new versions for the Insiders. Microsoft appears to be testing the Insider program for apps (per-app-basis). Microsoft has quietly announced a preview program for apps such as Windows Camera, in other words, anyone interested in Windows Camera can enroll into its beta program and test the new app versions before everyone else.

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This testing program is much like the Google Play Store beta app program and it could be launched as ‘Windows App Previews program’. At the time of writing this story, the Windows App previews program is available for a small group of Insiders and core applications such as Windows Camera, Microsoft Photos.

As we mentioned above, this program is available for a small group of Insiders and it can be only accessed with an invite from the software giant. If Microsoft has selected you to test an app features before everyone else, you will see a message that would allow you to join the program or decline the offer.

“You’ll be one of the first to try out new features in the preview version of Camera, and your feedback will help shape the future of the app. Before you join, please review the preview program details,” the message reads.

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