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  1.    #190

    Barman58 said: View Post
    I wish people would stop using "Bug" to describe an issue - A bug is something that causes a program break on every system it's installed on


    I don't think that you are correct;

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       #191

    Josey Wales said: View Post
    No not really, I can see why MS would cause that. One way to get people to use EDGE...
    Edge still sucks and I won’t use it.
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  3.    #192

    magilla said: View Post
    Edge still sucks and I won’t use it.
    I will not either. .
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       #193

    Used Edge since it released on Windows 10 Original Version, not sure what terrible about it, works fine, speedy, seems secure, no issues to report here, now just waiting for the final spring update to come out and think all set here
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       #194

    magilla said: View Post
    Edge still sucks and I won’t use it.
    Same here
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       #195

    The term Bug, in the context of a fault that shuts down a system, was in the English language long before 1947 and computing, even the original Babbage Engine - It was used to describe faults in the original looms and other spinning & weaving gear at the start of the Industrial Revolution in the English Midlands in the 18th Century :)

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  7.    #196

    Set default by app doesn't work here. Just closes window.
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  8.    #197

    Barman58 said: View Post
    The term Bug, in the context of a fault that shuts down a system, was in the English language long before 1947 and computing, even the original Babbage Engine - It was used to describe faults in the original looms and other spinning & weaving gear at the start of the Industrial Revolution in the English Midlands in the 18th Century :)

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    Whilst it may be true, the term bug in computing came into common usage in the early days of computing and the term has stuck. Whether the legendary Grace Hopper coined the phrase or just immortalised an existing phrase is not really relevant - the term bug may be imprecise but it is commonly interpreted as I said earlier ie a coding error. As I said before it is not a prerequisite that a bug affects everbody.
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  9.    #198

    linw said: View Post
    Set default by app doesn't work here. Just closes window.
    Weirdly enough, uninstalling SumatraPDF fixed this for me.

    Verified by re-installing it to see if I could replicate the crash, and yep.
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  10.    #199

    Hi,

    As I said before it is not a prerequisite that a bug affects everbody.
    Pre Windows 10 it very like would have affected everyone.....

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