Microsoft just released the Windows 10 build 15019 to the early adopters that signed up for the Windows Insiders program. However, this build (like most MS builds) has some peculiar bugs as it seems to be targeting Google services. Rather preventing users from accessing Google services.
This problem only happens to users browsing the internet using Windows 10 default browser, Edge. As it works out, on this recent Windows 10 build 15019, you cannot access Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube, Google Search, and any other Google services.
Now, like I said before! This problem is only experienced when the user is browsing on the Edge browser. The quick fix to this problem would be; just use a different browser.
Alternative fix but still use Edge browser
Alternatively, you can switch your Edge browsing to the private mode on the InPrivate tab. Doing so allows you to access all Google services right there on the Edge browser; if you must browse using this browser.
Microsoft fix to roll out in the next Windows 10 Update
According to Dona Sarkar, the head of Windows Insider program, Microsoft is already aware of the problem and are works on finding a fix is already underway. Users can probably expect the fix to roll out in the next Windows 10 update, which will most likely roll out sometime this week.
“Some Windows insiders may have had trouble connecting to certain Google sites due to an implementation of a new security model being rolled out to further enhance user security,” said Sarkar.
“The team is working on a resolution. In the meantime, users can access these sites from an InPrivate tab.”
Other Edge problems that rolled up alongside this latest update
Microsoft Edge would seem got more than its fair share of bugs, from the Windows 10 build 15019 update. Including the breakdown of extensions; and there is no known workaround this just yet.
“Extensions may appear to load but will not function as expected. This issue should be fixed in the next Insider release build we release. If you depend on extensions in Microsoft Edge, we recommend skipping this build,” urged Sarkar.