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Wednesday Pam from Calif
Thursday art ah zen
Welcome, friends! We made it through another weekend, Congratulations! I have a confession to make. I have been against the use of Microsoft’s default browser since way back in the nineties, when it was still called Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, mainly because it was the least secure of a plethora of different options, most of which were far more appealing for a variety of different reasons.
For many years, I considered it a badge of pride that the only thing I used Microsoft’s included browser for was to download and install my preferred browser of the moment, whenever I was setting up a new computer, or workstation.
Lately however, I find myself using Microsoft Edge (the current default included browser) more and more, because of two features, First, Edge has a native Dark mode, which has become far easier for me to use than the standard glaring white , but even better than this, is a feature i noticed only a couple of weeks ago. On the side of each article I go to read is a headphone icon, click that, and the browser will read the article aloud!
It has taken decades, but at last Microsoft has developed a browser worth using on a regular basis.
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