Strict. I haven't found any broken sites, or at least any with broken functionality. It may occur based on your browsing habits, and M$ warns that it may break sites.
MS closed down their ebook store and the userbase for this seem very small so I'm not optimistic on MS bringing support to newer browser or even revive their old reader and add ebook support. Next best thing for me was converting the epubs into mobi with calibre and reading them in Kindle for Windows. But its still inferior to old Edge so I'll stick with Edge as long as it lasts.I've been trying to get info about this re: Chromium on the Insiders Forum and directly through browser feedback. No feedback yet.
Correct when installing the Chromium stable version the old Edge will be replaced.Not sure what is going on, but I installed the new Edge browser and the old Edge browser disappeared. I'm am on stable updates for Windows 10. I wonder if transitioning has started?
Loving the new edge browser so far.
I'm glad you like it. PP picks up additional trackers in addition to µBO (in default easy mode) and works as intended. The former picks up less when the latter is used in medium mode. Some knuckehead on the Insider Forum tried to tell me tracking prevention doesn't block ads and that using PP with it makes no sense. My experience proves the knucklehead wrong.@oldschool
Thanks, I have set it on strict. I had added uBlock for a while, but it does not 'see' the 46 sources which Privacy Possum mentions, so either privacy possum exaggerates its capabilities or Privacy Possum adds useful blocking capabilities to Edge anti-tracking capabilities considering the numbers it displays when browsing a free Dutch news website (46 sources). At the moment I am inclined to believe the numbers reported by Privacy Possum, so keeping Edge anti-tracking on STRICT with PP.
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