Microsoft Edge crashes, requiring being Killed by Task Manager after going fullscreen.

Confirmed Issue #12552930 • Assigned to Tyler O.

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Author
Kyle B.
Created
Jun 29, 2017
Privacy
This issue is public.
Found in
  • Microsoft Edge
Found in build #
15.15063
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Microsoft Edge is the ONLY browser I know incapable of recovering after having a completely unrelated game go fullscreen. Happens 9 times out of 10; you go into fullscreen mode, come back and Edge will not allow you to click ANYTHING. AT ALL. You cannot even right click and close window from the taskbar as the options don’t even come up, forcing you to have to kill the process with Task Manager.

While I’m here, I’ll also mention that Skype does this, too, and another problem (WITH EDGE, might I bloody add) Is that when viewing films or YouTube videos (in fullscreen, SERIOUSLY WHAT IS IT’S PROBLEM WITH FULLSCREEN?!), the top of the screen containing the search bar disappears (which you can usually achieve by pressing F8) and won’t recover until you close Edge and open it back up.

In other words, Edge is ridiculously broken, and it’s getting hilariously tiresome.

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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “Lee H.”

      Changed Assigned To to “Bruce M.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Bruce M.” to “Tyler O.”

      Changed Status to “Confirmed”

    • We apologize for your experience with the full screen feature on Edge. We need some additional information to investigate:

      1. What build are you running
      2. Please provide detailed repro steps
      3. If possible, use the Feedback Hub to report the issue (Edge -> Settings -> Send Feedback in order for our tool to capture logs needed to investigate further

      Thank you for your help,

      Nadia Fortini (MSFT)

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