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#1 ElfBane

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Posted 01 April 2016 - 07:05 AM

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Some questions concerning MS Edge;

 

 1. When will MSE be able to "remember" where I place the browser window when I close it? I don't like for the browser to be in Full Screen, so I run them in a smaller window. My other browsers, IE11 and Chrome, remember the placement of the window but MSE doesn't. This browser has been out for a year now (including Betas) and you would think this wouldn't be a problem. Or, just maybe, I've missed a Setting. Anyway, any help welcome.

 

 2. When is MSE expected to be able to support extensions? I would like to be able to run Web Of Trust. Thank you.

 

 



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#2 Niweg

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Posted 06 April 2016 - 03:03 PM

 I won't use Edge until it supports something like the Adblock Plus extension.  Edge has other problems as well.  When I can use IE, Chrome, and Firefox, I don't know why I'd want to use Edge.  If MS wants to compete with Chrome (as I've read), they should make something that's competitive.  Thank goodness we don't HAVE to use Edge!

 

 By the way, the acronym MSE has always been used to mean Microsoft Security Essentials in the past.

 

 Good luck.


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