Windows 10 has long had an app for reporting bugs and feature improvements. This app is called the Feedback Center and is actively monitored by Microsoft. Often, suggestions from users are incorporated into the OS. In addition, users have the option of ‘voting’ on a recommended feature and giving it better visibility. A feature request, or bug with many votes, is more likely to be picked up / fixed by Microsoft.
Uninstall Feedback Center
The Feedback Hub on Windows 10 is present on all systems, whether or not a user is registered in the Insider program. It is meant for all Windows 10 users but it is not a default app. If you do not use it, you can remove it from the system.
There are several different ways to uninstall the Feedback Hub.
1. Uninstall Feedback Center – Start Menu
The Feedback Hub can be added from the Start menu.
- Open the Start menu.
- Go to the Apps list.
- Right-click the Feedback Hub and select Uninstall from the menu.
- The application will be installed.
2. Unset Feedback Center – Options app
You can uninstall the Feedback Hub from the Settings app.
- Open the Settings app with the keyboard shortcut Win + I.
- Go to Apps.
- Select Apps & features.
- Select the Feedback center.
- Click the Uninstall button.
3. Unset Feedback Center – PowerShell
Like all UWP apps on Windows 10, you can uninstall the Feedback Hub from PowerShell. You just have the right command.
- Open PowerShell with admin rights.
- Run this command: Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.WindowsFeedbackHub | Remove-AppxPackage
- The Feedback Hub will be installed.
Feedback Hub Reset
If you uninstall the Feedback Hub, you can reinstall it at any time. Just like the uninstall process, it is easy to install.
Install Feedback Hub – Microsoft Store
- Visit the Microsoft Store feedback page in your browser.
- Click on Get.
- Open the Microsoft Store app when prompted by your browser.
- Click Install and the app will be installed.
Most users will not use the Feedback Hub. It is very likely that you will see a message from this app before opening it and posting something. That said, if you ever encounter a problem, an ongoing problem that prevents you from working, the Feedback Hub is a great place to report. The hub will not solve your problem. But it will stress the issue and is a great way to let Microsoft know that there is a problem with Windows 10. On that note, if you are looking for a solution to an online problem, and someone reported to the Feedback Hub, take the time to vote for it.
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