Did you buy a computer and stick with the Browser that was installed with that system?
Well my wife and I run a small online business and we get upset when things seem to not work the way they should. It seems like many times this happens after a company like Microsoft or Google gives us one of there updates.
There has been a big push from Microsoft to use their Edge Browser over all others saying its faster and safer…Well I’ve given it a try now off and on and I just gotta say I can’t get use to it! I find it to be the hardest Browser to work with. I cant move folders around as easy as I can on Chrome, Firefox and Opera. I wanted to uninstall Edge and start fresh with a clean program but Microsoft has even made that harder to do. (It’s like there trying to force the program on us instead of trying to give us the best program, so we’d want to use it!)
I just gotta say I prefer Opera and Chrome way better at this point and time then I do Edge. I rate Chrome and Opera pretty much equal and yes both have a few things I like over the other…(Next post on that). I’ll even say has of today I’ll take Firefox over Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft if you’re listening don’t force your program on us! Let us be able to make a choice on what works best. Why are you making it so hard for us to uninstall and clean up Edge in Windows 10? You guys are going down the wrong path…you should be looking at all the good parts of Chrome and Opera and building a better mouse trap! Heck I even tried to email Microsoft and that seems to be another thing they want to hide.
The Jan. 7 AP article by Jill Colvin, “Trump says he’s ‘like, really smart’,” brought back old memories for this very old man (age 90) — The 1939 movie “Love Affair,” which featured a song, “Wishing,” sung by Irene Dunne.
Perhaps President Donald Trump falls asleep listening to lovely Irene’s voice each night — and awakens with a flood of new “tweets.”
Here’s the full Trump comment, from which the title of Colvin’s article is taken. Trump improperly used President Ronald Reagan’s Alzheimer’s illness (diagnosed after he was out of office) to make a comparison in defense of his own mental capacity: “Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart.” I’m not aware of any Trump Alzheimer’s diagnosis — egomaniac and pathological falsifier, yes. As for the “really smart” part, only a high school sophomore would insert “like” between “being” and “really smart.”
Back to the song: I recalled it because I believe Trump lives in a “wishing” “dreaming” “tweeting” world of his own. He tweets out random thoughts, with little or no meaning, or are obviously false. They are his “wishes” that he believes are facts, simply because he says they are facts. He may well be living the “Wishing” lyrics: “Wishing will make it so. Just keep on wishing, your cares will go. … For if you wish long enough, wish strong enough, you will come to know, wishing will make it so.”
Much has been written about differences between the liberal and conservative brain. John Dean’s “Conservatives Without a Conscience” compiles studies that help us understand the conservative brain. We all know the futility of persuading the proverbial “uncle at the Thanksgiving table” to alter his support of authoritarian figures like Donald Trump, so a basic understanding of this psychology is critical to learning how to engage in a world of a newly energized conservative movement.
Along with understanding how the conservative and liberal brains are wired differently, I believe that thinking critically is a fundamental quality that separates us from our conservative counterparts. To be a conservative is tantamount to having an “absence of critical thinking.” A penchant toward authoritarianism, religious context, or voting for Donald Trump, are manifestations of this phenomenon: Simply believe the country is in the hands of a higher authority. Authoritarians require complete trust; they alone can solve problems. Alternative information is attacked as “fake news,” and does little to enlighten the faithful.
Many readers write angry letters with accusations of liberal bias. Of course, any news item that provides some conservatives with information contrary to their beliefs will be relentlessly attacked. The job of journalists is to provide facts, which have been under unprecedented assault. But critical thinking is an essential quality of a democratic society, and many of us believe that truth and facts do matter. An absence of either portends a dark and dangerous world.
People who voted Trump thought he was right person for the job because he was a good business man. Well if they had looked into his past they would have know he wasn’t. He cheated many hard working Americans out of there money so he could get rich!
Any news Trump doesn’t like he calls fake. That’s is why he prefers FOX News (F for Fake) because they spin the news for him!
Trump being rich doesn’t understand our government is not a business. It’s more like a service to serve the peoples needs. Our taxes pay for police, fire, roads, bridges, social security, FEMA, military, airports, port security, plus so much more.
Cutting government jobs the way Trump has been doing only hurts us Americans. He doesn’t understand that poor people need to talk to social security agents, or medicare, medicaid agents. Americans out of the country need help from our embassies from time to time. Cutting these kind of jobs puts more Americans in harms way.
Trump is not helping us. He is just destroying all the good things that America stood for!
Why is it that the USA can have Nukes and another country can’t? If Trump was the leader of North Korea I bet he’d want NUKES! Remember Trump said he likes war! Which guy is more crazy…ours or North Korea’s?
The debate on the Republican health care bill is really heating up. The House and Senate bills are pretty much the same and this bill has been presented before, it’s Paul Ryan’s bill. He passed this bill in 2011. House Speaker Paul Ryan has been against the”entitlements” since he came to Congress, and he always starts by attacking Medicaid. They say Medicaid is in trouble, with not enough money to run it — yet they are not taking the trillion dollars they are taking from Medicaid and putting back in the federal budget. Instead, they are giving it to millionaires.
Now they have a president who wants a win, no matter what, and will sign this bill. This is just the start of the slippery slope. Next, I believe, Ryan will have the insurance companies running Medicare and Wall Street running Social Security.
Ryan’s goal has always been to end Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid: Now his goal is weeks away. Do people really want this?
The new head of the EPA, appointed by President Donald Trump, is Scott Pruitt. Pruitt has said that he doesn’t believe that carbon dioxide is a primary contributor to the global warming we see. His view is in direct contradiction with mainstream climate science including NASA, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration and the EPA itself. NASA, NOAA and EPA have many top-flight scientists in their organizations who know quite well that he is simply wrong in this statement.
So what are Pruitt’s qualifications to make such a statement? He got a bachelor’s degree in political science and communications in 1990 and a law degree in 1993. In another words, he’s a common lawyer, whose closest brush with science is political science! Before entering politics he worked in private practice, where he specialized in constitutional law, contracts, insurance law and labor law, litigation and appeals. This technical lightweight apparently is ignorant to climate science.
Unfortunately, his boss Trump (who said even worse: “Global warming is a Chinese hoax”) and apparently the Republicans in Congress who supported his nomination are also ignorant to climate science. This man is an embarrassment to the EPA. His knowledge of climate science is appalling. I am truly saddened for this country that there is such climate science incompetence in such high and powerful places. A political party can make a statement about science, but that doesn’t change the real science nor make their politically motivated statements true.