Windows driver memory leak
Zmaster last edited by
Does anyone know how to report a bug to Microsoft regarding a memory leak in a kernel driver they distribute? (it's probably developed by Intel but it's a driver for a Surface Pro 4 so they should be the ones giving support)
Or do I need to write an angry post about it?
anonymous234 last edited by
The "official" tool to report Windows problems is the Feedback Center app in Windows 10. I really, really doubt you'll get any response, but you should probably try your luck there first.
Normally I would say "don't even bother", but since it's a Surface Pro 4 there might actually be a chance that they care a little bit.
Parody last edited by
@zmaster Use a support incident.
Assuming you don't want to use and/or pay for one, the Feedback Hub and everything described in the angry blog post (including making your own angry blog post) are typical means of letting folks know about a problem.
You could also call technical support for your Surface Pro 4, find a way to get past the first few layers of support to people who might understand what you think you've found, and let them know that way.