Why does Microsoft always make there Apps...


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Why does Microsoft always make their Apps a little harder to use and a little less useful?

At least it always seems that way to me.

I was just setting up edge to give it a try, and it's always just a little harder to do things than in Chrome.

Like adding your links to the Favorites Bar, in Chrome drag the link to the bar and you're done.
In Edge you click on the Star select Favorites Bar and Click Add.

It's not a big deal, but it's still extra actions that aren't necessary.

I haven't gotten into it yet to find out if it can do all the stuff that Chrome does but based on the other apps I've tried I'm expecting it to be generally dumbed down.

For one thing I notice that the spell checker doesn't notice the difference between "Then" and "Than" as the one in Chrome does.


Paul Simpson

Well-Known Member
That exactly why im still using chrome I cannot have my most used favorites on the bar. They just stay in alphabetical order.

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