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  1. microsoftwifi.com

    microsoftwifi.com DNS ERROR: INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND

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  3. Raise the connection timeout for slow connections as many sites don't show up at all.

    On Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 on PC (using 3G networks), on limited bandwidth (64kbit/s), many websites will refuse to load at all, as Edge Closes the Connection as it times out. This worked fine with Opera on Windows 10, Internet Explorer on Windows Phone 8.1 and also works fine on Android's major browsers (Chrome, FF).
    I suggest, the timeout should be raised on low-speed connections to allow the user to access websites at all. Adding a picture quality Setting would really not hurt either. I think this problem must be affecting many people who are on low-speed Internet.

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  4. WebRTC on Windows Mobile

    Enable Real-Time Communications (RTC) on Windows 10 Mobile.

    29 votes
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  5. TCP raw sockets

    Please support the upcoming Raw Sockets API (not "web-sockets")
    https://www.w3.org/TR/tcp-udp-sockets/
    This enables a whole new class of applications!

    Chrome does it already with "chrome.sockets.tcp"

    THANKS!

    66 votes
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  6. Support the application/vnd.api+json MIME type

    The application/vnd.api+json MIME type is used by the JSON API (http://jsonapi.org/). Edge does not support it, so JSON API content does not render in the browser - instead, the browser thinks it's a binary format and tries to download it.

    Also, as it is not supported, error pages that are returned in the JSON API format do not show up.

    15 votes
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  7. Allow XMLHttpRequest to handle "data:..." URLs - like all other browsers

    Currently on Edge (also on IE), trying to fetch a data-URL like "data:text/plain;charset=ISO...,...text..." fails - as it is considered cross-domain.
    All other major browsers allow this.
    This is useful for converting "exotic" charsets.

    25 votes
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  8. Print server list printers

    When someone types in a print server into the address bar, list the available printers

    3 votes
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  9. a fix or update that cures Hmm, can'rt read this page

    this seems to be an ongoing big problem , some say that in the PC world they have switched browsers to the big 3 Chrome , Firefox, Opera , and some say it went away others say its still there?

    2 votes
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  10. fix edge so that it can resolve computer name to localhost

    Through Edge, I can only access the localhost website via http://localhost.

    I cannot access the website using http://ComputerName . This works in all other browsers.

    43 votes
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  11. Support WebRTC Datachannels in Workers

    I would like to propose that we support WebRTC Data Channel in Workers
    (`WebWorker`, `ServiceWorker`, etc.)

    WebRTC DataChannel is basically a drop-in replacement for `WebSocket`,
    except it's peer-to-peer. For all the same reasons that `WebSocket`
    was added to the `Worker` spec, we should add WebRTC DataChannel.

    Here are some possible use cases:

    - DataChannel in a `ServiceWorker` would support the use case of "peer
    assisted delivery" a la [PeerCDN](https://www.peercdn.com/faq.html),
    CDN/P2P CDN video streaming delivery, file transfer, etc.

    - DataChannel in a `WebWorker` would support offloading CPU intensive
    data transfer and subsequent processing to another thread.

    - DataChannel in…

    240 votes
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  12. 7 votes
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  13. Windows10 won't open Brazil's online Banking called "Aplicativo Itaú" It is a security download from the Itaú bank. An error code SC170117

    needs a fix to be able to continue with online banking from the US. The Itaú bank is in Brazil, South America, and I have no trouble with Windows 7 performing the task.

    2 votes
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  14. HTML Form HTTP Extensions

    The W3C Form HTTP Extensions specification is requested for implementation to enable the following features within HTML forms:

    * Additional HTTP methods, eg: PUT, DELETE
    * Configuration of HTTP headers
    * Configuration of HTTP authentication login and logout

    http://www.w3.org/TR/form-http-extensions

    45 votes
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  15. I would like to suggest a network connection to a mobile network. When you set up your network choice (home,public,offfice) you could select

    I would like to suggest a network connection to a mobile network. When you set up your network choice (home,public,offfice) you could select mobile. 1hen this network is selected it wiould disallow all update checks and any other program from accessing the internet. Is there a product or app out there now!

    5 votes
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  16. Support TLS to the proxy

    Both Chrome (http://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/secure-web-proxy) and now Firefox 33+ support connecting to a CERN-style proxy over TLS instead of using unencrypted sockets (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=378637). They've also enhanced the Proxy AutoConfig system to support the "HTTPS" token instead of the "PROXY" token, meaning that organizations could conceivably start to deploy PAC files that work for other browsers but fail in IE.

    WinINET should consider adding TLS-to-the-Proxy for Interop and for the reasons described in the Firefox bug.

    52 votes
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  17. HTTP status code 308

    The Hypertext Transfer Protocol Status Code 308 (Permanent Redirect)
    indicates permanent redirect and does not allow changing the request method from POST to GET.

    https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-httpbis-rfc7238bis-02

    18 votes
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  18. When debugging network calls, show the IP address of the response

    When debugging things on a remote server - especially redirects - it's really handy to know the source IP address of a response. Chrome's debugging tools show the remote address of a response. This makes it a heck of a lot easier to find where the response is actually coming from.

    20 votes
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  19. RFC5861 - HTTP Cache-Control Extensions for Stale Content

    Directly from the RFC:

    The stale-while-revalidate HTTP Cache-Control extension allows a cache to immediately return a stale response while it revalidates it in the background, thereby hiding latency (both in the network and on the server) from clients.

    The stale-if-error HTTP Cache-Control extension allows a cache to return a stale response when an error -- e.g., a 500 Internal Server Error, a network segment, or DNS failure -- is encountered, rather than returning a "hard" error. This improves availability.

    http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5861

    Implementation in Chrome: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=348877
    Support in Fastly: http://www.fastly.com/blog/stale-while-revalidate/

    11 votes
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  20. TLS Multiple Certificate Status Request Extension

    The version 2 of certificate status extension, which supports multiple OCSP responses.

    https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6961

    22 votes
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