There are simply too many bad things, they add
Microsoft Edge is the browser that the Redmond-based tech company promised would make Internet Explorer a bad memory, but it turns out that, just like its predecessor, the new application has its very own problems.
Leaving the lack of features aside, which is clearly the key reason many people decide to stay away from it, Edge also has some performance issues that are leading to sudden crashes or freezes on a number of computers.
As you can see in these screenshots, many of those who turned to the Windows 10 Feedback app to report problems to Microsoft about Edge browser complain about the overall stability of the program. Coupled with the lack of features, this makes Edge a browser to avoid for the time being for many Windows 10 users, especially because Chrome, Firefox, and Opera all seem to work flawlessly on the new OS.