I did notice during the summer that Windows had created "$Windows.~BT" and downloaded Windows 10. I did reserve a copy but before the release I cancelled that reservation.
One day I used cleanmgr.exe and I think it deleted that directory.
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While they really ought to fix Word, they should also be able to do a handoff. When I view an email, I'd prefer the speed and efficiency of EdgeHTML. Most of the time, this will be some graymail from Newegg or Amazon. If I hit forward or reply, it should hand off to the other engine.
Word should not be "fixed" to support HTML better, they should just switch to Edge and be done with it. There is reason to keep Word around, not even when editing an email because: it's still HTML.
I agree that it's a major bug that Outlook doesn't display html email correctly, but what do you suggest as the solution? html needs to be created and edited when you create and reply to emails, and the current Word text editor is very good (both on Windows and on the upcoming Windows 10 mobile). Can there be a solution to this problem without bringing Word's html in line with standard html?
I didn't have a problem creating emails with Outlook 2003 and even with Windows (Phone) 8 Mail I don't have any problems. I DO have problems when I want to create a rich signature for emails in Outlook. I work for a graphics design agency, we and our customers want to have great looking signatures and newsletters. Since 2007 we are unable to create anything that looks decent. On iOS and Mac OSX Microsoft uses the webkit engine, why would Microsoft not be able to use the IE (Trident) engine on Windows?