New security feature: blocks extensions which mess with the new tab page, home page and search engine. I noticed because I use a blank new tab page extension.
As you may know, I am a big proponent of Linux on the desktop. I prefer Fedora to both Windows 10 and macOS, and I use the operating system regularly to get work done. Over the years, I went from being a minority as a desktop Linux user, to... well... OK, fine, we desktop Linux users are still a...betanews.com
This is usually what haters say trying to give weight to their opinion...lolDon't misunderstand me and think I am a Microsoft-hater. It is quite the opposite, actually. Believe it or not, despite its many issues, I like Windows 10 and use it regularly. I even appreciate Microsoft's support of both the Linux and open source communities. So, why would I be against installing Microsoft's web browser on my Linux machines?
Which shows the lack of security understanding ( a browser is an AV now? ROFL, users never click on malicious stuff right?...) and profound ignorance of what business is... (lol you sell hamburgers, you also sell Coca-Cola but it is anti-competitive to make a combo menu? hahahaha)To be honest, the company has a long history of abusing its power and negatively impacting the web. Its Internet Explorer web browser was a security nightmare, causing tons of computer users to get infected with malware over the years. The company supported non-open standards too. Not to mention, Microsoft essentially ruined Netscape by bundling IE with Windows -- a dirty anti-competitive move.
i found reasons (integrated smartscreen, built-in, sync, no-Google, etc...).Ultimately, there is no reason for a Chromium-based Microsoft Edge to exist at all,
your biased opinion, which worth...nothing.and there is no reason desktop Linux users should sully their computers with it. I am not opposed to installing Microsoft software, such as Skype, on my Linux computer, but a web browser? No chance in hell.
Yup same issue. Funny how the shortcut has the new icon at the location "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs" But not when you search for it in start menu.Just got 79.0.309.12. My desktop icons changed, but my apps and taskbar in icons remain the old version even after a reboot.
Maybe the icon cache is the issue?
Just use beta untill stable release, i would use developer thought...6 week gap between beta/devDoes anyone else think that the Beta version is actually more consistent and stable? Bookmark sync is also working without an issue in the Beta. I personally switched to Beta for the time being and waiting for the official launch of Stable in mid-January.
@minevise I use Dev version but they're all liable to be buggy. Find what works for you andJust use beta untill stable release, i would use developer thought...6 week gap between beta/dev