And let’s not forget that Windows 10 is in a state of active development, with features being improved and added on a regular basis — which is something that can’t be said of Windows XP, if you’re wondering.
So let’s walk through the most common issues with Microsoft’s latest operating system, and suggest some solutions along the way.
You can still install and use any browser you like with Windows 10 (and Internet Explorer is still there), but Edge is the default — which means any links you click in other applications will open in it.
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