Microsoft doubles-down on its user-choice hostile web browser behavior; blocks competitors from opening links from many Windows apps and web experiences.
@NothingButBits
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Wow such great innovative features. Rather than trying to improve Windows inefficient interface, or actually creating a decent browser that isn’t riddled with adds, you can instead waste time and manpower to devise new ways to piss of your users.

krolden
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-117d

Don’t use windows then

@AgreeableLandscape@lemmy.ml
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315d

Good advice that absolutely everyone should follow.

@jucheguevara
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114d

32.3% of web users are Windows. Large companies should be punished for acting in an uncompetitive way to maintain their profits. Competition creates the tendency of the rate of profit to fall, which accelerates us towards the end of capitalism, a hopeful post-capitalist world. (anti-neoliberalism is rising throughout the world, having to defend itself against imperialism)

@jucheguevara
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214d

speaking of OS’s I wanna try DPRK’s Red Star OS or Cuba’s Nova OS

also bullish on free and open source alternatives like Elementary

from many Windows apps and web experiences

Hasn’t this been the case for years?

@Cassilda
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315d

By default, yes, but you could get around it with third party apps like Edge Deflector. Microsoft have now made changes to Windows that mean those apps no longer work, and there’s no longer a reasonable workaround.

from many Windows apps and web experiences

Hasn’t this been the case for years?

krolden
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-217d

Another misleading headline

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