How to fix the DNS bug that causes you to get an error message in Microsoft Edge

How to fix the DNS bug that causes you to get an error message in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 now has a new “error” message, so you can fix it.

The latest version of the software has been updated to fix a bug that caused Edge to display a message like “There is an error while downloading the file.”

The error message, however, didn’t mention a specific file type.

A fix for the issue was just announced by Microsoft Edge developers today, and it fixes the problem for both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Pro.

It doesn’t fix the problem with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, but Microsoft Edge is getting a fresh set of updates as it updates to support Microsoft Edge for at least the next couple of months.

This is important because Microsoft Edge will likely continue to get new features for the foreseeable future, such as offline mode.

But users who need to download files should use a different browser for now.

We’ve also seen updates to other parts of Microsoft Edge since last week, such a new version of Office and the Windows Store.

Microsoft Edge users will likely be happy to know that the Windows Insider program is still available for Windows 10 PCs, and we can expect to see other major changes to Microsoft Edge as it goes live with the next update.

The Windows Insider Program will continue to provide updates for the next two years, and you can expect more major updates in the near future.

We also expect to hear more about Microsoft Edge in the coming months, but for now we’re waiting to see if Microsoft Edge can really take on Chrome.

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