There’s a big feature about Windows 10 that makes it stand out from previous versions of Windows. A question asked by a reader gave me a good chance to address it. “I waited until a couple of days before the end of the free Windows 10 deal to install. It is doing fine except that Edge is freezing or jumpy. I was advised to use another browser until this problem is solved. Is there any hope for the future?”
From what you write, I can’t be exactly sure what the issue is, but I’d say the answer is “yes.” With Windows 10, Microsoft is constantly making tweaks to the OS to work out bugs. They plan on doing regular updates as opposed to saving them all for big updates like service packs in Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and 8.1.1 for Windows 8. In fact, a major update that makes some significant changes to Edge is slowly rolling out. I can’t promise that it will fix the particular problem you’re having, but I can tell you that Microsoft is working Edge and all of the other aspects of Windows 10.