Original title: Microsoft Does it again.
Microsoft is always trying to make themselves relevant by taking away functions that consumers deem essential and run with unfounded belief that people's habits will change to fit Microsoft's agenda.
Where is the Toolbar? People want their File, Edit, View, Favorites, Tools and Help menus. This is why I don't use Edge and why many don't like it. Every time Microsoft tries to do it better they make it worse.
Windows 8 thought it wasn't necessary to have the Start button. They had to add it back. Does this company do ANY market research with consumers?
Why are companies like Dell and HP allowing Microsoft to get away with this? If I were HP or Dell I'd start writing my own operating system and allow Microsoft to write software to accommodate PPT, XL and Word. Oh wait - that sounds like an Apple strategy.
When does Microsoft plan to add the Tool bar function to Edge?