Tech Q&A: Windows 11 not always to blame for browser or email problems


If the message doesn't send, the Mail app is at fault. — Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash

Q: I use Firefox as the default browser on Windows 10, and I've recently had the program crash at random times when it's idle. Is this related to Microsoft's decision to block Firefox from replacing Edge as the default browser in Windows 11? How can I avoid switching to Edge?

—Mark Miller, White Bear Township, Minnesota

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