Windows 10: Black Border when browsing google.com
Black Border when browsing google.com
Hi to all I am noticing that when I browse on the google.com web page with Microsoft Edge there is a black menu border which appears on top of the screen (attached screenshot); this does not appear when I use Internet Explorer.
This is also happening on my friends laptop; we both use Windows 10 pro and use Microsoft Edge on both our laptops.
Has anyone noticed this ?
If I remember well the black border was removed a long time ago by Google.
Thanks for any help.
You are using Edge, yes ?
We all get that. See this thread :
oops sorry about that tried searching and I didn't find anything, did not notice there was a thread already about this ;
Many thanks for your help
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