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       #1171

    CANARY Updated to Version 88.0.698.0
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       #1172

    Got New stable 86.0.622.68 on one computer today, more to go.
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       #1173

    Credstarter said:
    CANARY Updated to Version 88.0.698.0
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       #1174

    New Microsoft Edge Stable 86.0.622.69 version released. See first post for more details.
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       #1175

    Rant


    Brink said:
    New Microsoft Edge Stable 86.0.622.69 version released. See first post for more details.
    Yeah with this update the jerks added:
    Save time and money with Shopping in Microsoft Edge
    Well automatically find you the best prices and coupons from across the web as you shop.
    at Privacy/services.

    Which took me awhile to find an turn off.
    I went to Samsung downloads to see if any new NVMe or Magician updates, and a big popup(I always torn popups off) appeared and said here be coupons. I found it very annoying.

    They just keep on adding the bloat, and slowing browsing down,
    A lot of crap, like collections too, can be addons if the user wants them, but building them in and adding background tasks just bloats the system even more.
    Plus stuff like this can be used by bad actors and misused to ping them and get malware on the system.

    And last but not least, for the privacy conscious, it's added tracking
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       #1176

    Cliff S said:
    Yeah with this update the jerks added:
    Save time and money with Shopping in Microsoft Edge
    We’ll automatically find you the best prices and coupons from across the web as you shop.
    at Privacy/services.

    Which took me awhile to find an turn off.
    I went to Samsung downloads to see if any new NVMe or Magician updates, and a big popup(I always torn popups off) appeared and said here be coupons. I found it very annoying.

    They just keep on adding the bloat, and slowing browsing down,
    A lot of crap, like collections too, can be addons if the user wants them, but building them in and adding background tasks just bloats the system even more.
    Plus stuff like this can be used by bad actors and misused to ping them and get malware on the system.

    And last but not least, for the privacy conscious, it's added tracking
    What were you using before Edge and how does Edge compare? I'm sticking with Firefox and Chrome - not going to bother with Edge until I feel like I'm missing out on something - which hasn't happened yet
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       #1177

    steve108 said:
    What were you using before Edge and how does Edge compare?
    IE11, Old Edge, and Chrome.
    Personally I liked Internet Explorer the best, but like many things Microsoft(did I hear someone say Windows Phone?), they got bored with it, gave up interest, and stopped supporting it.
    For me, IE's UI was perfect.
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       #1178

    Cliff S said:
    IE11, Old Edge, and Chrome.
    Personally I liked Internet Explorer the best, but like many things Microsoft(did I hear someone say Windows Phone?), they got bored with it, gave up interest, and stopped supporting it.
    For me, IE's UI was perfect.
    Ever tried Firefox? You might like it
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       #1179

    FF is not as safe as Chromium browsers.
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  10. Posts : 21,421
    19044.1586 - 21H2 Pro x64
       #1180

    Cliff S said:
    FF is not as safe as Chromium browsers.
    interesting. I've been using it for many years to do all my financial transactions.
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