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Jason
Hard to believe it's been 4 years since the program started. So many builds, so much feedback, and so many memories. Wouldn't trade the program, the people, or what I've learned for anything. My sincere thanks to everyone who makes being an Insider so much fun.
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Brandon LeBlanc Oct 1
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Jen Gentleman 🌺 Oct 1
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Imagineer Ayers Oct 1
It's been a great experience for the past 4 years. It's the best run "beta" program in the industry. Happy Anniversary. DYK in 1971 the Magic Kingdom opened and in 1982 EPCOT Center Opened.'
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Dave Chapter 5: ParentHood Oct 1
I still remember the first public build. Keep me coming guys!
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Doug Winnie Oct 1
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Eric Walles Oct 1
And how many of those memories involves a taco hat... What an amazing program
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Jani M. I. Turunen Oct 1
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Susan B Oct 1
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Brandon LeBlanc Oct 1
I agree! This makes me smile.
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Dave Chapter 5: ParentHood Oct 1
I agree but it was also awesome of them to open it up and show us the development as it evolved to what we know today instead of just keeping things under the hood until a release
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Deval Oct 1
This is cheating by MICROSOFT.. Where is windows 10 mobile 📱
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Brandon LeBlanc Oct 1
How is this cheating?
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Jym M Oct 2
7.3 billion dollars?
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мαттєυѕ Oct 2
Windows Mobile 🙄😞
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Deval Oct 2
I don't accept they discontinue Microsoft mobile.. I loved that and I have spent a lot my saving buying Lumia 950.. So..
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Jason Oct 2
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Jym M Oct 2
re-read your statement ;)
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Jason Oct 2
Ah, gotcha. That's a pretty intriguing number, but I'll still roll with my original statement. :)
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💔🍸♔iJUSTWANNABESUCCESSFUL♔🍸💔 Oct 2
The Lumia 950 was a damned good phone but its old now. Windows phones don't get as much support as Apple and Samsung. Plus the app store for mobile barely had any apps. My friend switched from WM to Android because he was tired of not having the same apps as us.
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