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  1.    04 Apr 2016 #111
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    Microsoft Edge is easy out within the 3 to 4 year mark before you see it mold and settle down to a stable internet browser plus tool, keep in mind as we speak the internet network is also changing as we speak and every web page reformed into a new class and code, to meet the new standards of the brand new super 3 tear mobile highway and balance the transitions between two powerful outlets in stores in the likes of Apple Store and Google Store and Google Play
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  2.    04 Apr 2016 #112
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    About smartphones...

    I hope they never replace computers or if they do, I am going to have to get my savings out, stock up on ultra high end equipment, and buy the GTX Titan X , top Intel processor, etc. the works haha. I never, EVER going to switch to smartphone, not in a million years.
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  3.    04 Apr 2016 #113
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    Quote Originally Posted by win10pro4life View Post
    About smartphones...

    I hope they never replace computers or if they do, I am going to have to get my savings out, stock up on ultra high end equipment, and buy the GTX Titan X , top Intel processor, etc. the works haha. I never, EVER going to switch to smartphone, not in a million years.
    I'm feeling all that bro
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  4.    04 Apr 2016 #114
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    Quote Originally Posted by win10pro4life View Post
    About smartphones...

    I hope they never replace computers or if they do, I am going to have to get my savings out, stock up on ultra high end equipment, and buy the GTX Titan X , top Intel processor, etc. the works haha. I never, EVER going to switch to smartphone, not in a million years.
    @win10pro4life.

    I totally feel the same way, " but its now really up to Microsoft Corp. in what direction it will go I suspect before year 2020 "


    I wont even dare or make a prediction " hands up high and over my shoulders " we can just wait and see what is the next step and change for MSC to compete in a real changing every second market
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  5.    04 Apr 2016 #115
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ztruker View Post
    Chrome is a pig, it eats resources and degrades performance.
    It's true that Chrome uses a lot of resources and it is not suitable for low power systems.
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  6.    04 Apr 2016 #116
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    Quote Originally Posted by z31fanatic View Post
    It's true that Chrome uses a lot of resources and it is not suitable for low power systems.
    I used Google Crime for years a on a 3.0 GHz hyper threading 32 bit Intel single core P4 ready made HP box with 4 GB of ram on Win XP x32 from Best Buy and it worked fine as things went on those and as good or better than all the other browsers but you couldn't run 32 open browser tabs like I can ( if I want ) now or play 1080p/30/60 HD video and rock 1 or 2 screens multi tasking at the same time .


    OTOH Chrome (crime ) can be greedy no lie and when Fire Fox (fire fix) goes one browser tab= one running process like the others ( IE 11 & Edge )it going to be a pig too even with Gecko (netscape) under the hood or maybe they will move to Web Kit like they use in iOS but that might kill the Fire fox OS !

    Google Crime still my default browser but Fire fix is good also so I wont knock it
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  7.    05 Apr 2016 #117
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    Win 10 Pro Build 1703 15063.332

    Agree! Only the unobservant find WIN 10 defaulting to Edge on an initial install, but the trick is you have to actually watch what is going on when WIN 10 installs .......

    BTW, Edge 13 is working extremely well, except for the hopefully soon to be fixed extensions issue.
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  8.    05 Apr 2016 #118
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Daniell View Post
    Agree! Only the unobservant find WIN 10 defaulting to Edge on an initial install, but the trick is you have to actually watch what is going on when WIN 10 installs .......

    BTW, Edge 13 is working extremely well, except for the hopefully soon to be fixed extensions issue.
    right and changing default browsers and download /installing them is snap anyway these days

    Not sure if I've used Edge in the 10295 test build but sometimes it handles web videos better than the other browsers and I use for that when a video wont load or behave in Chrome or for 1080p Neflix on the PC instead of in the 4K Sony Android TV Netflix app in here but Edge been getting better and I never liked IE 11 or any of them
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  9.    05 Apr 2016 #119
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    Quote Originally Posted by blutos cousin View Post
    Chrome is proven in independent testing safer than Firefox or the others , Edge and IE11 beat F/F also ( they all sandbox and don't need Adobe Flash plugins F/F does not yet but you can Google search all that anyway don't just take my word for all that .
    I didn't mean vulnerable to "Script Kiddies".
    I meant "vulnerable" to Google.

    I've seen several Chromium variants basically advertise, "no Google extras" as a feature.

    I run <censored> and <censored> to deal with Flash, scripts, etc. in FF and PM.
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  10.    05 Apr 2016 #120
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    Quote Originally Posted by lehnerus2000 View Post
    I didn't mean vulnerable to "Script Kiddies".
    I meant "vulnerable" to Google.

    I've seen several Chromium variants basically advertise, "no Google extras" as a feature.

    I run <censored> and <censored> to deal with Flash, scripts, etc. in FF and PM.
    As far as all the Chrome /Chromium web kit or Blink variants they are all lacking some thing or things ..that's why nobody much uses them the Google search & Google Chrome paranoia is maybe for tin hats


    Most the websites and search engines are embedded with data mining changing a browser doesn't change anything there .

    Maybe you're wasting your time with whatever script you are using with Firefox Flash plugins on Firefox or whatever instead of a malware web shield if that's what you are doing and resident code virus quarantine /scanners arent going to protect any body from malware unless they include real time malware web protections that are out of date every 10 minutes anyway I have 2 of them running from Mbam(one specifically for ransom wear ) and a ransom ware page at a legitimate website got by all that the other day and locked up the browser anyway and I had to shut Chrome down in taskman and re launch it and go about what I was doing and if it got by Chrome in the first place it will get by whatever you are using and it wasn't a flash thing either it was a re-direct

    If you're concerned about Flash maybe use another browser that deosent require Flash plug ins like Chrome ,Edge or IE but have thier own flash players , a lot of websites are moving on to HTML5 anyway .

    I don't have the Flash Plug in installed for Fire Fox here that's a good argument for having alternative browsers in your task bar anyway


    OTOH Fire Fox is a real decent Gecko (Netscape derivative ) browser in my task bar with the rest of the Web Kit,Mosaic & Blink ,Edge HTML or whatever browsers here and better than most so I'm not knocking it here
    Last edited by blutos cousin; 05 Apr 2016 at 13:03.
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