Windows 10: What is the "correct " way to send a link ?

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       13 Feb 2016 #11

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Oh I like that line.......have to agree with you......too.
    Agree totally with you there
    Then you watch all those that have condemned it either start using it because they then find it opens faster and works better than all the other browsers,
    Because one thing is certain, Microsoft are going to make sure that Edge will become the No1 browser on Windows 10
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       13 Feb 2016 #12

    whs said: View Post
    Give it another year .
    Or 2, or 3 or.........................

    Those who "condemn" do know how to use it.
    One does not condemn unless one knows what one is talking about.
    And to know what one is talking about, one has to know how to use it.
    That's the essence of :
    ................ Don't talk the talk unless one can walk the walk......................
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  3.    13 Feb 2016 #13

    davidhk said: View Post
    Or 2, or 3 or.........................

    Those who "condemn" do know how to use it.
    One does not condemn unless one knows what one is talking about.
    And to know what one is talking about, one has to know how to use it.
    That's the essence of :
    ................ Don't talk the talk unless one can walk the walk......................
    Don't think I agree with your statement David. Any New Windows OS in the past has had bugs, and a learning curve. Windows 10 is already running better than it was say 5 months ago. Within this year Windows 10 will be a lot better.
    Just because some folks in your words "condemn" Windows now, only means their are upset because of different problems that
    have happened to their computers. One of the reasons they come here is for help and also to learn more about Windows 10.
    You sometimes, can be a little rough on some folks.....but most of the time you do try and help lots of members on here.
    Even I can get a little upset sometimes, but, we all have to have patience and try to treat everyone with respect. Windows 10 can be a real pain in the butt sometimes, even for folks who know computers well.

    Your expression "don't talk the talk"....bs sounds more of a threat, than a person trying to help someone. Sorry if I offended, that is not my intention. Just wish maybe you had a better moto than that old line.
    Take care, Mike.
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       13 Feb 2016 #14

    1. I am not the one who started to use the word "condemn" in this thread.
    2. The motto is for myself, reminding myself not to bull-shit. I can't help it if others feel offended by my motto.

    I appreciate you candid comment. It does not matter whether I agree with you, or you I.
    I don't feel offended by your comment because it is sincere and you spoke from your heart.
    That's fine with me even if I don't agree with you.
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  5.    13 Feb 2016 #15

    davidhk said: View Post
    1. I am not the one who started to use the word "condemn" in this thread.
    2. The motto is for myself, reminding myself not to bull-shit. I can't help it if others feel offended by my motto.

    I appreciate you candid comment. It does not matter whether I agree with you, or you I.
    I don't feel offended by your comment because it is sincere and you spoke from your heart.
    That's fine with me even if I don't agree with you.
    Ok David understood :) I would have been shocked if you did agree anyhow.
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