Windows 10: Another nail in the coffin for Edge
Another nail in the coffin for Edge
This is a 100% No No in using Edge for me. Also Ms seems to forget nor everybody wants to be "connected" 24 hrs a day 7 days a week. I don't want to use an Ms account either.
In fact even some BIG businesses are suggesting to people --switch off email etc for a few hours and Go and get a Life !!!!!
Not sure why an optional syncing feature is a nail in the coffin for edge
this feature is what started me taking edge seriously, info syncs between my devices and is backed up for if I do a re install
don't understand the comment about people not wanting to be connected 24/7, browsing the internet, which is one of the main things of a browser requires an internet connection
Oh i tried edge , didnt like it . . at all
I just added another nail in the coffin to my Edge browser's usability for printing. Had to switch over to Firefox to print a webpage in grayscale. Edge offers no capability for directly accessing printer settings. I'm now up to using Firefox 80% of the time for printing web content.
Microsoft has more experience than Mozilla, but they picked an Edge development team to develop this browser right after earning their 6th grade diploma.
If you're interested in exporting favorites, take a look at this posting: Solved How to export favorites from Edge browser - Windows 10 Forums
My On - Off switch works in Edge.
Spot on mate. I use a lot of VMs and I like this feature. It remembers my log on details for this site for example.
Good Lord, I thought FF with plugin-container was bad....:what:
Edge makes FF look like a "text only browser" as far as CPU goes.
Wondered why my fan was running so long, hovered down over System Explorer 7.0 and naturally, it was solid...
Since installing the November Windows 10 update (11/17/15) none of my favorites are being stored in the default Edge folder. While in Edge the favorites are available but when I go to the default folder they are not listed. Is there another...
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Does anyone on this forum use Edge for your browser .I can't find any safety features on Edge 'like Wot ,NoScript, Adblock Plus.so I guess I will just stay with Fire Fox .
I've found a few sites don't work well with Edge, and had to use IE to open them. Norton also warns that it is not set up to handle Egde yet compared to IE.
So what's the purpose of Edge over IE? I'm struggling to see what it does better, even...
Unless you want to brows through adds and spams and not be able to use your favorite addons to enter password, make youtube play in HD, use your download manager, ...etc you will not want to use edge!
Now this is a shame as edge seems to be a...