Windows 10 spent almost a year in public beta testing. That's a long time to try and root out any bugs or glitches. But we knew it wouldn't be flawless once it went into full release. Just over a week in, Windows 10 has already gotten three security patches, but there are still issues according to a Fox News reporter.
We haven't tested these specific complaints by the Fox tech columnist, but here are her issues, with helpful links to Komando.com's articles on the topics. Let us know in the comments below if you're experiencing these as well.
She reports that the Start Menu, a feature Microsoft brought back for Windows 10, crashes or is slow about once a day. Click here to read how you can customize the Start Menu.
The Edge browser - the replacement for Internet Explorer - "needs work," according to the columnist. She says it "has trouble running some websites," like Gmail. Click here to read about security issues with Microsoft Edge, and here for more information on the new browser.
Not all applications worked perfectly for the Fox columnist on the Windows 10 upgrade. This isn't terribly surprising, as software companies are rushing to optimize their products for the new operating system. Click here to read 5 questions about Windows 10 everyone is asking.
Lastly, the Fox columnist isn't quite getting along with Cortana, the digital assistant akin to Apple's Siri. She's found dictating emails an issue with Cortana. Click here to read our evaluation of Microsoft's new personal assistant.