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  1. 7 minutes ago, scoobydog said:

    Hi hazelnut,

    Yes VERSION1803

     

    I'm sure that info will be helpful to Stephen and the rest of the Admin team.

    Will it upset you to know that the version 1803 will cease to be supported in November I think?

    You are actually 2 Windows versions behind. But let's not worry about that just now, let's see what the Admins say after they see your replies :) 


  2. @scoobydog

    Can I just confirm something with you?

    If you click once on the Windows start flag at the bottom left of your screen and immediately type   winver    and then click on the tab that comes up, what VERSION of Windows does it say you are running.. 1803?

    Don't worry about the typing bit, you don't have to look for a box to type the word winver in as Windows works it out itself :) 


  3. 1 hour ago, nukecad said:

    I suspect it's aimed at smartphones where removing the https and www will allow more of the domain address to be displayed on the limited width?

    Reading the info given in the link I think it's on both 

    The Chrome team values the simplicity, usability, and security of UI surfaces. To make URLs easier to read and understand, and to remove distractions from the registrable domain, we will hide URL components that are irrelevant to most Chrome users. We plan to hide “https” scheme and special-case subdomain “www” in Chrome omnibox on desktop and Android in M76.


  4. Chrome has now decided in build 76 to do away with the https and www in the address bar ( according to the post, Google believes that certain parts of the URL are distracting and irrelevant to most Chrome users :wacko:)

    Is CCleaner browser planning to do the same?

    I really hope not, as I feel dumbing down is reaching a new low these days.

    (clicking twice on the address bar will show the www etc )

    https://www.ghacks.net/2019/08/01/chrome-76-no-more-https-or-www-in-address-bar/

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