A problem that is frequently reported by developers on the Microsoft Edge web browser is an inability to add web pages to a site when the browser tries to load a page from the web.
The problem is known as “Windows 10-related window locking”.
Microsoft is also investigating the issue.
Al Jazeera’s Richard Sattler reported that Microsoft has confirmed that the problem exists in Windows 10 for some users, and has launched a fix.
Microsoft says the solution includes a temporary fix for the issue that is still in development.
Al Jazira – Microsoft Edge issues article The Microsoft Edge browser is one of the most popular web browsers in the world.
However, it is one that some users may find difficult to use or sometimes difficult to configure.
It also has some problems, such as a large amount of untrusted third-party extensions that can potentially affect the user experience of the browser.
Microsoft is investigating the problem and has also launched a temporary solution.
AlJazira reports that the temporary fix is for Windows 10 users, but the Windows 10 Mobile team is investigating it as well.
The company says that it is still working on a fix that will be available for everyone when Windows 10 is released later this year.
Microsoft said that the solution is a temporary workaround that is being tested and rolled out in an attempt to ensure that Windows 10 will run better.
Microsoft Edge and Windows 10 issues in general Al Jazeeras reporting that Microsoft is currently working on an update that will fix the issue, but it is not yet available.
Microsoft also added that a temporary patch for Windows 8.1 users is still available.
Aljazira’s reporting that the Windows team is also working on fixes for some of the more serious issues on the Windows platform.
The latest release of Windows 10, which will be released on April 10, will bring many of these fixes.
Aljabas reporting also highlights that Microsoft’s Windows 10 team is now investigating several bugs that have been reported by Microsoft users on the platform.
Al Jabas reports that Microsoft believes that the bugs reported by users may be related to Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft confirmed to Al Jazeera that these bugs are still being investigated.
Aljaazira also reported that the company is investigating a bug in Windows that causes an error when a user tries to set a PIN on a Windows 10 device.
Microsoft has not said what causes the error.