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# 179438 8-Sep-2015 19:36
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Hi guys ive just downloaded w10 for the second time. Went to download mp3 files from radionz using edge and theres no option to save as when the pop up box appears. Ive tried msoft help forums etc ( more frustrating than Vodafone help desk). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  # 1381980 8-Sep-2015 19:39
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Edge is not in any way shape or form finished. You have just found one of it's biggest issues. To do what you want, use another browser. Edge will hopefully improve a lot in the next release of Windows 10 around November.







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  # 1381984 8-Sep-2015 19:48
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Thanks, i agree with the option to use another browser which i do, chrome and firefox. I wanted to give w10 a fair hearing, cant believe a basic like this cant be done through edge. Perhaps its an anti piracy thing theyre working on.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1381986 8-Sep-2015 19:56
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4grandkids: Thanks, i agree with the option to use another browser which i do, chrome and firefox. I wanted to give w10 a fair hearing, cant believe a basic like this cant be done through edge. Perhaps its an anti piracy thing theyre working on.


Nope. Just not implemented yet. Welcome to a browser that is being built from the ground up before your eyes.





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  # 1381990 8-Sep-2015 20:04
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save as, amongst other things, are coming "soon"

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  # 1382041 8-Sep-2015 21:03
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Yes, I was quite enjoying the browsing experience, but then when I started trying to actually achieve anything suddenly realised how limited it was.  




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