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  2. Nope, smooth scrolling has it place, but it is not required in a browser. As Brandon H posted, it makes somethings seem slower.
  3. tsktsk Facebook is getting themselves in hotter and hotter water
  4. As it turns out, quite a few Instagram passwords were also stored in plain text by Florin Bodnarescu Regardless of your usage of Facebook, you'll have noticed that the company was involved in a fair few privacy-related incidents over the past few months. There was that time when sensitive data was leaked by third-party apps, then the "accidental" upload of email contacts for 1.5 million users, and of course, the plain-text passwords of millions being accessed by the company's employees. In a rather unfortunate turn of events, Instagram has contracted password plain-textitis too. In an April 18 update to the rather ironically titled 'Keeping Passwords Secure' post which detailed the previous plain-text password incident, Facebook revealed that millions of Instagram users were affected too. The update reads as follows: Update on April 18, 2019 at 7AM PT: Since this post was published, we discovered additional logs of Instagram passwords being stored in a readable format. We now estimate that this issue impacted millions of Instagram users. We will be notifying these users as we did the others. Our investigation has determined that these stored passwords were not internally abused or improperly accessed). Unlike the main service itself, the company says that while passwords of millions of users (how many is unknown) were stored in a 'readable format', employees did not improperly access them. That said, it's hardly easy to take Facebook's word on this one given its many recent missteps.
  5. I think the main version number (74/75) is based on which version of chromium is being used for the base
  6. Good news right there. Can Youtube TV on Amazon Firestick be far off? Would be a whole lot of convenience if they did.
  7. Chrome's dev branch is also on version 75. They are synced up.
  8. Of course not much info, what is the Build Number?
  9. Of course they have to be a at a version number past Google.
  10. yes https://www.microsoftedgeinsider.com/en-us/whats-new
  11. edge://settings/help (I am assuming you are running Edge Dev)
  12. Where are these release notes / changelog / known issues coming from? Does Microsoft have an update log page somewhere? [Edit] Nevermind, it popped up when I opened the browser after updating. https://www.microsoftedgeinsider.com/en-us/welcome/update?channel=dev&version=75.0.131.0 And they are posting update notices on their Twitter. https://twitter.com/msedgedev
  13. tmaxxtigger

    The Windows 10 May 2019 Update SDK is now available

    You by chance have any of the software that's blocking the update installed? Not that I'm aware. I was initially running from the mounted ISO , then burnt to a USB flash drive. Received a different error now, something about hardware not being compatible and update will become available when driver get fixed. Same error, completely different hardware, desktop vs laptop.
  14. The Windows 10 May 2019 Update is now available on MSDN by Rich Woods Two weeks ago, Microsoft announced the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, along with some major changes to the way feature updates are delivered. While the May 2019 Update is coming to the general public in May 2019, those with MSDN subscriptions found today that ISOs for the feature update are now available. It's a new world for Windows 10 updates, so there's no real norm to compare this to. On one hand, this is around when previous spring updates would have shown up; however, those shipped in April. Microsoft promised to give Windows 10 version 1903 a whole month to bake in the Release Preview ring this time, which is why it's coming in May. Earlier today, Microsoft announced the availability of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update SDK. With that in mind, it probably makes sense to offer ISOs to developers, or at least those with a paid MSDN subscription. Of course, if you don't want to shell out the cash for a paid subscription, you can always use the RTM build that's available via the Slow or Release Preview rings of the Windows Insider Program.
  15. it's the OEMs that install Chrome as a system app not Google so blame the OEMs. install an ASOP build and it uses the Android Browser by default.
  16. Help and Feedback --> About Microsoft Edge : Will download the update for you unless you are looking for download link to do a fresh install. I think in either case having a direct link is good as well.
  17. nah, I don't care for a lot of smooth scrolling implementations either. a lot of them make scrolling feel slower just to have the smooth animation. I tend to leave it at the default 3 lines per click on my scroll wheel
  18. Definitely not, I can't stand smooth scrolling.
  19. Matthew S.

    The Windows 10 May 2019 Update SDK is now available

    You by chance have any of the software that's blocking the update installed?
  20. I think you forgot a download link (besides clicking a link to click a link)
  21. Sonyboyj

    The Windows 10 May 2019 Update SDK is now available

    Upgrade with a ISO or with the Insiders Preview ring? From the ISO Well that's sad then. Hopefully MS fixes that asap
  22. If you did that then Play Store would work wouldn't work ? Why would the playstore not work without Chrome?
  23. Am I the only person on the planet who doesn't like smooth scrolling?
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