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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2017 15:44:06 -0400
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In article <otd7a8$459$>, Russell D.<russell@none.nope>

> >> 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.
> While I somewhat agree, explain why or you are just a troll.

if you agree, then there's no need to explain anything, which has been
done already anyway. 

nevertheless, it's very simple: his system is configured to show those
popups, so it does. computers do what they're told.

if he finds the popups to be annoying, then he needs to configure it to
not show them. 

the choice is entirely up to him. nobody else.