Made by you - Microsoft Edge feedback in Windows 10

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  1. Posts : 219
    Win10
       #10

    I agree: having to use an MS account to provide feedback is not conducive to getting feedback.

    1. It's another step I have to take to improve THEIR product.
    2. I don't remember my account details.
    3. I have multiple accounts in my household. It's always a pita to figure out which account to use.
    4. If I identify myself via my account, and then give constant negative feedback, will I get retaliated against?

    I don't care if none of the above are YOUR concerns, no organization truly interested in improvement would put roadblocks in the path of volunteers.

    Too bad.

    Back to my Chrome powered browsing. (Which I hate, due to Google being so invasive.)
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  2. Posts : 14
    Windows 10
       #11

    Winuser said:
    When it comes to browsers It's darn near impossible to get me to change. I'd still be using Netscape if it wasn't discontinued. :)

    Netscape.N was good browser...

    You would think with Microsoft's twenty odd years experience of making browsers, and thirty years in the PC business that
    they would know by now how to design a decent browser. I.E was launched long before either FF or Chrome ... Chrome is
    just a youngster compared to I.E, being first released in 2008 (Firefox is not much older than Chrome).

    Firefox has been my default since 2002, and I have recently added Opera as an alternative. Will never use I.E or its
    successor, as my experience of MS over the years, is to avoid their efforts in designing a usable browser.
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  3. Posts : 1,300
    Linux: Rocky / CentOS / Fedora 64-bit / Windows 10 Pro 64-bit VM
       #12

    Speaking from the web development side: One default browser doesn't exist anymore. You need at least 4 major ones for testing. Default messages? "don't ask again" checkbox and... silence. Default will be the one that scores the best in the HTML5 test.
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  4. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
       #13

    Uilly said:
    Netscape.N was good browser...

    You would think with Microsoft's twenty odd years experience of making browsers, and thirty years in the PC business that
    they would know by now how to design a decent browser. I.E was launched long before either FF or Chrome ... Chrome is
    just a youngster compared to I.E, being first released in 2008 (Firefox is not much older than Chrome).

    Firefox has been my default since 2002, and I have recently added Opera as an alternative. Will never use I.E or its
    successor, as my experience of MS over the years, is to avoid their efforts in designing a usable browser.
    It is surprising that MS is so far behind in the browser development. I do use IE when a web page won't load correctly and I use Edge when I'm on my Insider install.
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  5. Posts : 148
    Windows 10 1607
       #14

    'Hi, is this the office of the Edge feedback team? I'm starting here today.'
    'Yes, welcome. Hey, I know you from somewhere!'
    'Yes, I was part of the Windows 8 UI design team. I thought you looked familiar!'
    'That's right. Happy days, eh! Now, today I'd like you to look into a recent idea to remove the address bar from the browser...'
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  6. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
       #15

    markweatherill said:
    'Hi, is this the office of the Edge feedback team? I'm starting here today.'
    'Yes, welcome. Hey, I know you from somewhere!'
    'Yes, I was part of the Windows 8 UI design team. I thought you looked familiar!'
    'That's right. Happy days, eh! Now, today I'd like you to look into a recent idea to remove the address bar from the browser...'
    Whatever!
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  7. Posts : 219
    Win10
       #16

    Here's one that just popped up...

    Let's say I have Edge open to tab "A". I press the "+" symbol and get a second tab, "B". Cool. I can separate them by selecting tab "B" and holding my left mouse button as a I drag it away. Cool! Just like other browsers.

    Okay, now I want to put "B" back with "A". Not with Edge. Chrome? Yep. Safari? Yep. Firefox? Yep. IE11? Yep. Edge? Nope.

    Can I get color-coded tab groups? Nope.

    Regression is not progress.
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  8. Posts : 944
    windows 10 home premium
       #17

    I am with you cliff SS I use 3 different browsers I use different browsers for different things.
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