Windows 10: How Favourites is supposed to work in Windows 10

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    W10 Pro x64/W7 Ultimate x64 dual boot main - W10 Pro Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64 - remote pc
       07 Feb 2016 #11

    It's definitely a browser you have to get the feel for! I said from the start I knew that it would take some time before seeing it grow into something more people will turn to as the new browser is developed further. MS has to take a closer look at user accessibility as far as how IE had been as far as right out in front to simply run upto a menu bar no longer being seen as far as convenience.

    Some like Chrome which also tends to hide things away as well. Yet FF is still about the most popular of all for having followed a similar side by side path of ease of access with it's own flavorings naturally. What I have been finding here lately however is that simply relying too heavily on one browser simply does not work out too well. Having just added Cyberfox on lately to fill in for Waterfox which I have now been using for nearly 5yrs. it is acting up and freezing up when you have multiple browser windows open. But when having a window for each browser none seem to end up being sluggish and locking up. This is being seen not only on 7 which is long over due for a clean install but on 10 as well. Edge will be in there now with IE as a pair of spares!
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       07 Feb 2016 #12

    I totally agree with what Night Awk is saying !
    As a développer and having created some public application I know how UI design is important and I used to get ergonomy advice to fine the the UI against the common user behavior


    I will call it "User-Behavior -> UI" approach
    But is seems that a new trends by-pass this natural approach
    This is
    Technologic concept -> UI -> Force to change user Behaviour


    Of course some user will appreciate the challenge (sometime the puzzle)
    But many will simply switch off for something else
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       07 Feb 2016 #13

    olibara said: View Post
    I totally agree with what Night Awk is saying !
    As a développer and having created some public application I know how UI design is important and I used to get ergonomy advice to fine the the UI against the common user behavior


    I will call it "User-Behavior -> UI" approach
    But is seems that a new trends by-pass this natural approach
    This is
    Technologic concept -> UI -> Force to change user Behaviour


    Of course some user will appreciate the challenge (sometime the puzzle)
    But many will simply switch off for something else
    The thing with Edge for me was, once I had it set up how I wanted/want it, I works fine, when I do my daily stuff, for other things I have IE, FF, Chrome, and CyberGhost 5 to get around the German GEMA on YouTube.
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    W10 Pro x64/W7 Ultimate x64 dual boot main - W10 Pro Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64 - remote pc
       07 Feb 2016 #14

    olibara said: View Post
    I totally agree with what Night Awk is saying !
    As a développer and having created some public application I know how UI design is important and I used to get ergonomy advice to fine the the UI against the common user behavior


    I will call it "User-Behavior -> UI" approach
    But is seems that a new trends by-pass this natural approach
    This is
    Technologic concept -> UI -> Force to change user Behaviour


    Of course some user will appreciate the challenge (sometime the puzzle)
    But many will simply switch off for something else
    I can understant a new GUI coming into play. That really isn't any big deal as far as how that goes. But with every browser you see that including IE except for the few like Chrome of Flock where there isn't any right click option on the top you can easily check things off being the more or less excepted standard all this time going back in the 9x family just about.

    User behavior vs GUI change has never a 100% smooth transition anyways while not seeing something made too complex has always seen the better end result since more were ready to accept at first sight. At this of course 10 is seeing the results of the dual platform OS for touchscreen hand held type devices and Windows RT being the close cousin for 10 on Surface tablets as well as non MS product lines the newer designs have been orientated mostly in that direction.

    All these other browsers with the exception of Chrome and Flock a similar look and feel there. have stayed with the desktop environment with FF of course always getting around in every distro except Knoppix live and a few other Debian and other distros turning to Konquerer and Ice Weasel being Debian except the more recent Ice Weasel for Windows. MS of course has been taking notes on things like the Firefox OS as well as Android over time too.
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