TWC author Kapil Arya receives the MVP Award



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The windowsbulletin.com has named Windows enthusiasts for the Microsoft MVP Award from the beginning. We are pleased to announce that our author Kapil Arya has received the Microsoft MVP Award (Windows Consumer) for the year 2014-15. Kapil is the 4th MVP to be successfully nominated by the windowsbulletin.com for the MVP program.

Kapil Arya studied electrical engineering and joined the windowsbulletin.com in March 2102. He loves dealing with the Windows registry and sees the Group Policy Editor as his playground. You can see all his contributions here.



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He also blogs on KapilArya.com and is an active member of Microsoft Answers. He is also a Microsoft content creator.

The Microsoft MVP Award Program recognizes outstanding members of the technical communities who have contributed Microsoft software, services and products to the offline and online technology communities over the past 12 months. Check this message if you also want to know how to become a Microsoft MVP.

Kapil joins Vasudev, Shyam and me as MVP in the windowsbulletin.com team and we hope, with all the other authors Arun, Shiwangi, Hemant, Ankit and Lavish, to continue offering the best in the wonderful world of Windows.

Join me in congratulating Kapil on becoming an MVP! 🙂



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