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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2017 13:59:36 -0400
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In article<>, Tony Cooper<> wrote:

> >> The only objection that I have is that I use Chrome on my Windows 10
> >> laptop and get frequent pop-ups telling me that I should be using
> >> Edge.  I find that an annoying intrusion.
> >
> >user error.
> I understand why you feel it's my error. You, like Windows 10, feel
> that anything different from what you recommend is an error.

as usual, you understand absolutely nothing, especially since i have
not recommended anything.

i don't give a flying fuck what browser you use. nowhere did i say you
had to use any particular browser or operating system.

once again, you are *wrong*.

it's very simple: computers don't read minds. you have yours set up for
those types of popups to be shown, so it shows them to you, exactly
what you told it to do.

if you don't want them, then disable them. 

the choice is *yours*. it's entirely up to *you* whether you see them
or not.

you say you are annoyed by them, but yet you have done nothing to stop
them from appearing. you *assumed* it was part of win10 and that you
had to put up with it. you didn't even ask if there was anything that
could be done.

in other words, user error.