Use IE 11. work related stuff you do ?
Point is that Edge is not a good browser solution. Even the drop down for "Open in IE11" isn't useful in this case as you need to login in again (in my bank example).
IE11 as a main browser - works all the time - its an option, but not fully supported
Chrome as a main browser - works all the time - its an option and fully supported.
FIrefox as a main browser - never tired it, but will likely stick with one of the above
Edge - not a good solution as per this thread.
Edge SP1 - not available yet.
To me Chrome is a resource hog, but if have very little running or a lot of RAM, fine. I prefer Firefox myself. A lot of talk Edge is not complete, sure future updates will change this, as it is still a new browser and OS.
Will there still be security patches and bug fixes going forward for IE11?
Any rumours when Win 10 SP1 will be rolled out and if it will have Edge improvements?
Right, no Service Packs. Poor choice of words. Meant to ask : Any rumours when the next Win 10 "update" would be out and if it will have Edge improvements ?
Ref: Windows 10 is different as there will be no service packs. Instead, Microsoft plans to issue updates as and when they are ready, rather than batching them together in one huge update. The primary reason for this is that Windows Updates will be automatically downloaded for most users without choice as to which updates they want installed. This applies to Windows 10 Home editions, whereas Pro editions and higher allow more flexibility.
Service packs, was rumors of that in old thread here, never happened, article you posted states it. I thought the Insider builds and was even told from higher up here eventually are put into the Windows 10 build which is now 10240. Only what i asked and heard, can't back it up as of yet.