Windows 7 Windows developers?


New Member
Jan 11, 2009
Generally I have a whole bunch on ideas, complaints, and basic improvements that I would like to see in Windows 7. I know that "Send Feedback" link isn't going to cut it, because developers, aren't going to go though all those emails. Its extremely limited and doesn't give a good visual about what % of people like/dislike/want a feature.

I am assuming that this is an unofficial forum for windows 7 (edit: I checked. It isn't). If there is a official forum can someone point me in a direction toward that has a sub-forum for ideas? If not, I know I'm asking a lot here, but could a moderator open up a sub-forum for "Ideas and Suggestions" and hopefully contact Microsoft to get their developers to look there once in a while? I know that they will probably say "no," but if they actually agree, this would be a huge improvement to the Windows 7 Forums Community.

Just my 2 cents,


New Member
Dec 3, 2008
I'm not here to say this to be exact because I'm not a moderator nor am I affiliated with MS...but I'm guessing..

this is not the official forums for windows 7

but since its named windows 7 forums & it comes up top in any search engine...
I'd say you could call it the official forum.
but that doesn't mean that the moderators are associated with microsoft & can do anything with the OS

also on a side note microsoft has not created a *primary/main forum in particular

instead of figuring that this is the official forum of windows 7 created by microsoft I would have asked a moderator before posting a poll like this...

* the terms of service for this forum it says:

" is not affiliated, endorsed, sponsored, or owned by Microsoft Corporation, nor does it hold a claim on the company’s trademarked and copyrighted works."


Windows Forum Admin
Staff member
Premium Supporter
Jul 22, 2005
New York, NY, United States
This is not an official Microsoft forum. For official resources, there is a forum at TechNet, or you could consider the Windows Team Blog another way to send feedback. As for an official means of bug reporting in Windows 7, I believe the Microsoft Feedback Tool included in Windows 7 is the best official method of reporting a bug.

It would be nice if the developers wanted to post on this forum. I can say that some people from Microsoft have used but it is my understanding that this was mostly for research (looking up printer drivers in one instance.)
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