Solution 1 – Switch to Private Network One strange issue users noted while Windows 10 was still in the Technical Preview phase is the strange Microsoft Edge’s issue with Public Network.

Apparently, if your network connection is set to public, some of Windows 10 features, like Edge or Store won’t work.

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It used to work perfectly fine on the preview version, but now that I updated to the actual release (did a clean install as well) I can't get it to work. When I upgraded to Windows 10, it inherited the Chrome apps/pages I had added to the taskbar in Win 8, but Win 10 wouldn't allow Chrome to add new ones to the taskbar.

The steps below are the only thing that worked for me. The reason I had to install the extension (the first step below) was because when I went to inbox.and then going to Menu Ah, that kind of fixed it.

So, go and check if your DNS Client is enabled, and re-enable it if necessary, your connection might work after that.

Here’s exactly what you need to do: After enabling the DNS Client, go to your Edge browser and check if you’re able to connect to the internet now.

Click the Start Menu, then start typing the name of the site.

When it appears, right-click the entry and then click “send to Task Bar.” The website’s icon will appear on your Task Bar like Google are moving to using the "Chrome App Launcher" - just found it and when I opened it, all the attempts I made to pin stuff to the taskbar where in the launcher.\App Data\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Chrome Apps Simply go to that folder, right click the shortcut and Pin to Taskbar and your good to go.

Today appears to be the day that the world at large gets their hands on OS X 10.8, otherwise known as Mountain Lion.

The latest major update in the OS X cat family, Mountain Lion isn’t so much a revolutionary upgrade (like moving from Snow Leopard to Lion) as opposed to an evolutionary one (like moving from Leopard to Snow Leopard).

Very typical Microsoft not to see the big picture, they may have stopped what they didn't want but they also stopped valid use cases like Google being able to pin things or even corporations being able to pin their internal apps.

It was a big issue for us at work, its now a big issue at home.

I’ve had a chance to use Mountain Lion since early July when the golden master (GM) build was released to the developer community.