Windows 10: Any email servers automatically set for a certain browser ie Chrome??
Any email servers automatically set for a certain browser ie Chrome??
Have read through but cannot recall seeing what I want - clicking on WLM forum email links goes straight to Edge and I prefer Chrome as my browser.
Plus now WLM is now being taken away I shall be moving to Thunderbird even though Outlook is being offered free for a year I don't really like Outlook at all and would become a paid for service - so are any email servers automatically set for a certain browser ie Chrome??
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