This has been an ongoing battle in the community, for some reason ms doesn't include a search feature in edge, should be a simple fix yet they haven't done anything about it.
The work around right now is to search history from internet explorer, they share the same folder.
Launch IE, hit control+h to open the history pane, hit the view tab, there you'll see "search history"
Cumbersome, that's the work around till MS decides they have to add the feature in edge
This isn't really fix but a work around, session manager publisher provides the necessary info;
If anyone has a better solution, let me know in the comment area and I'll edit those in the main body here.
If you're on a laptop unplugged and you need as much uptime as possible, edge will give you quite a bit more time over other browsers, it's become my favorite browser after a long long run on chrome;
Some of us wound up with cut and paste issues after an update to windows 10, some websites would give us code when we copied text.
That issue is now solved with the fall version of the creators update, if you're having the issue, even if you already have the creators update, get the fall release, your problems should be solved.
The update takes quite a bit of time once the download is complete
Get the update here
The solution was found on the Microsoft discussion board, if you'd like to see that discussion, , this is it
I never use the list in start anymore, using the keyboard is easier for me
Anyway, here's a few work arounds till windows puts it back, which I'm betting they will
Hit the windows key, type the letter c, that should bring up control panel right off, if not continue spelling it till the applet appears, should be just one or two letters.
Just hit enter, I think once you do this a few times it will become something you prefer over finding it in the start menu
Hit the windows key, type till the control panel icon comes up, right click, hit
pin to task bar, then you save a step
No need hitting the windows key at all, it’s right there in the tray all the time.
I tried right clicking and pinning to start menu, but that didn’t seem to do anything, pinning to task bar was my next choice, now it seems the best choice.
Last choice for me would be creating a keyboard shortcut;
Right click on the desktop, hit shortcut, the target believe it or not is;
Create the shortcut, then right click it, hit properties and make your keyboard shortcut with any letter you want.
I’d go with the task bar option
I hope that helps, good luck!
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