moderated Re: IE being removed from Win 10 20H2 and later, effective June 15th 2022

Hope Williamson <webspinner@...>

Miniflux is a server-based reader. In other words, you install it on a server, get a service to set up an instance for you, like I have, or use the hosted version.

    Since it requires a postgresql database, I don't think there's anyway you're getting it on a desktop anytime soon. I could be very wrong about this, and someone could come along and say it's definitely possible and here's how.

On 5/20/2021 7:38 AM, Gerald Levy via wrote:

Because there are already a number of Chromium-based RSS extensions out there, none of which I have been found to be accessible, I don't think MS has any plans to develop its own RSS feed extension for Edge.  But although IE is apparently being removed from Windows 10, it probably won't be removed fromWindows 7, which after all, MS would like to pretend no longer exists, and so is not worth devoting time and resources to removing IE from the operating system.    If worst comes to worst, I can switch to the RSS feed reader built into Thunderbird, which is at least accessible, if not as convenient as the one built into IE. Someone on another list recommended an accessible  stand-alone RSS feed reader program called  Miniflux.  Has anyone had experience with it?  



On 5/20/2021 10:11 AM, Richard Turner wrote:

Have you contacted Microsoft Accessibility about this concern?

They have over a year left before they are ending IE.  Perhaps a better RSS reader is in the works?

I don’t know as I don’t use RSS.






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From: <> On Behalf Of Gerald Levy via
Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2021 7:10 AM
Subject: Re: IE being removed from Win 10 20H2 and later, effective June 15th 2022



The big problem I have with Edge is that it does not offer an accessible RSS feed option or reader extension.  At least the RSS feed reader built into IE is completely JAWS accessible and is still the most convenient, and easiest to use feed reader I have found.  By ending support for IE without providing a comparably accessible feed reader in Edge, MS is demonstrating yet again its disregard for the special needs of its disabled customers.





On 5/20/2021 9:44 AM, Glenn / Lenny wrote:

Microsoft wants everyone on their latest and greatest, so they can make more 
profit with everyone using edge.
So no doubt they will do as much as possible to cripple IE.
I remember when the press reported that someone inside MS released some 
windows XP code, leaving it vulnerable to hackers.
I have no doubt that MS leaked that XP code themselves to validate the 
ushering in of the next operating system.
Now MS has new ways of making money.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "James English" <james13english@...>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2021 2:03 AM
Subject: Re: IE being removed from Win 10 20H2 and later, effective June 
15th 2022
Great, there is a website I use regularly which is an utter pain to
use with anything but IE. I use it for a shrinking number of sites
now, but I still don't get why Microsoft gives a flying fuck what web
browser I choose to use.
On 5/20/21, Glenn / Lenny <glennervin@...> wrote:
Is that why you are so pleased with yourself?
----- Original Message -----
From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2021 10:21 PM
Subject: Re: IE being removed from Win 10 20H2 and later, effective June
15th 2022
Ignorance is bliss . . .

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