I'm using windows 10 for 4 weeks now and I am very satisfied. Very quickly, I chose to ignore my Chrome browser and to opt for Microsoft Edge, in fact I found it a little more swift, but also because I find its design much more pleasant.
However, one feature was implemented in an extremely bad way, that is the "search in history".
First, it is impossible to do a research from the side panel history. In this panel, there is just the list of pages visited exhaustively. The absence of a search feature in this list makes it pointless ; Indeed when one surfs the Internet normally, this list becomes very large, and searching manually by browsing the list is so laborious that merely impossible.
Fortunately research in history is possible through the field at top area... however this feature has been designed in a totally clumsy way: it gives only 4 results maximum and these results seem to be selected by an algorithm which performs a completely aleatory relevance. The fact that research results are not exhaustive brings us to the impossibility of finding what we are looking for in case of the given result is not found among these 4 proposals.
Why not searching simply by included string in an exhaustive way, as we find in all softwares, as well as in Google Chrome? Why spending time to develop such an useless search algorithm? Does Microsoft plan to implement a classic search by string in the sidebar history list? This feature should not take much time to code and should have been already implemented.