Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by SAM-R, Mar 18, 2019.
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the icon in canary updated to the new icon by itself so I suspect is was an update while I wasn't looking LOL
Just sign-out and sign-in again or change the profile pic, it will re-generate the new Edge icon for your profile.
If you don't want the separate task icon for your profile on taskbar, close Edge and delete "Local State" in %LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Edge\User Data
Oh wow it worked, thank you , removed account picture though
Synced automatically after a while, thank you again
Just updated to .326 Canary and I keep getting a lot of the "This page is having a problem" errors, very irritating. No previous builds since this whole new Edgium thing started months ago have done this, and in the past hour it's happened dozens of times.
I sure hope it gets noted and addressed soon.
Same here. Glad I'm not the only one coz that means it's not my connection and/or PC.
I will try in Windows 7
will never go back to 7. it's kinda useless imo.
Version 80.0.327.0 (Official build) canary (64-bit)
no edgium it is called as per mary jo foley chredge
Me too,,, this issue started with canary .323 . Happens randomly on different tabs after a period of time . It doesn't happen on Beta or Google Crome. To bad it still happens on .327
doesn't work. Also installed Beta and it's kinda slow. I reinstalled 1909 and promised never go back to 7. It's too old for modern programs and computers
It seems that the "This page is having a problem" bug has been fixed in version 80.0.328.0, since I updated to this version I have not experienced that problem.
Thanks !! I will test to confirm
Update: Seems to be fixed. I also think (not sure yet) that updating extension works