Previous browser. As others have mentioned...it is fine but really needs some extension support. Also missing is the right click on a word and "Search Google for .... " and "Go to www.whatever.com" ...drag/drop support? So I'm sticking with Chrome for a while.
That is why I said this: "Granted...after July '16 I have no clue how you'll be able to transfer your retail license to another build. Hopefully somewhere deep within Microsoft servers they are flagging your Windows 7/8 product keys and attaching them to Windows 10....so you will not have to pay." This is where no one can give a definitive answer because Microsoft really hasn't made it clear. We'll probably know on July 29, 2016 when someone attempts to make a huge hardware change (i.e. new build) and gets stuck with a bill. Once again...I think you'll be able to transfer Windows 10 to a new computer build after July 29, 2016 but I wouldn't bet any money on it. I just do not see how Microsoft could turn your retail license into an OEM one (which is basically what they would be doing if you couldn't transfer to another computer).
I honestly do not know what the confusion is? (also...of course Windows 10 will be sold at retail) The EULA states: If you acquired the software as stand-alone software (and also if you upgraded from software you acquired as stand-alone software), you may transfer the software to another device that belongs to you. Every time you transfer the software to a new device, you must remove the software from the prior device. If you upgraded from a retail aka stand-alone license then you may transfer the software (Windows 10) to another device that belongs to you as long as you remove it from the prior device. Maybe another verbiage? If you acquired Windows 10 as stand-alone operating system (and also if you upgraded from retail versions of Windows 7 or 8.1), you may transfer Windows 10 to another computer that belongs to you. Every time you transfer Windows 10 to a new computer, you must remove it from the prior computer.
Granted...after July '16 I have no clue how you'll be able to transfer your retail license to another build. Hopefully somewhere deep within Microsoft servers they are flagging your Windows 7/8 product keys and attaching them to Windows 10....so you will not have to pay.
There is still a bunch of confusion over this....so I'm going by the EULA. OEM, obviously can not be transferred to another device. Retail Windows 7/8 license is a different story. Windows 10 EULA: You also have this explanation: Source ...to add to the confusion from a earlier July article: Source My opinion, based on the EULA ... you'll be able to transfer Windows 10 to another computer (OEM the exception).
These whole election is going to be something meant for a reality TV show. We have Clinton on one side with her questionable ethics (not to mention using personal e-mail to conduct official business) ... and on the other we have Trump who calls POWs "not heroes" because they were captured and has an adviser who believes there is no such thing as raping a spouse. Hope someone pops out soon that actually cares for the country more than their own egotistic ideologies. Can not say that I'm optimistic though. Maybe Doc can run??
Some wreckage has been found which "matches" MH370. Developing story. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/11771229/MH370-wreckage-found-on-Reunion-matches-Malaysia-Airlines-flight.html http://www.wsoctv.com/news/news/national/apparent-airplane-debris-found-island-could-be-mis/nm8Ym/