The hustle is real over at Redmond on Microsoft’s campus, with team members staying late and working extra days to get fixes out before the Anniversary Update next week. Today is no exception – and yes, it is a Saturday.
Jonathan Sampson, the Program Manager for Microsoft Edge, has sent out a tweet asking people to personally let him know of any issues they’re noticing with website rendering in Microsoft Edge – no matter how big or small the issue is. A simple tweet to let him know and he’ll look into it, as well as reply.
I'm in the office today, working exclusively on community issues. Slow/broken sites? Help with HTML, CSS, and/or JS? Ping me. Happy to help!
— Jonathan Sampson (@SampsonMSFT) July 16, 2016
So, go take a look at your favourite sites, and if you notice any problems with how the site looks in Edge vs. other browsers, let Sampson know. We’ll hopefully see many fixes for Microsoft Edge just before the Anniversary Update drops next week.
Further reading: Jonathan Sampson, Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, Web browser, Windows 10, Windows 10 Anniversary Update