moderated Re: jaws with the brave explorer.
Patrick Murphy <murphy.patrick42@...>
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Yes, you are right. However, microsoft are starting to phase out internet explorer.
In windows 10, it is something that can be installed from programs and features, rather than being the default, as was the case in previous versions of windows.
In fact, lately, I have found that ie does not work as well with a lot of new web sites out there.
I just thought that I would throw it out there as a matter of information to yourselves, and to highlight the fact, that if someone gets stuck, google chrome and edge chrome wont allow it.
There are a great many people developing web sites, including myself, that run them locally to test them. At that stage, it is unlikely, that they would have a proper certificate installed.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Dave Durber
Sent: Saturday 9 May 2020 10:38
Subject: Re: jaws with the brave explorer.
Internet Explorer allowed you to do that as well.