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How do I force windows 10 to stop blocking downloaded files?



 
 
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Old July 7th 19, 11:21 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
Apd
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Default How do I force windows 10 to stop blocking downloaded files?

"Mayayana" wrote:
"Paul" wrote:
| You can run Win10 in a VM, you know.

Sounds great. I haven't got around to it only
because I'm also thinking of hiking to the South Pole in a
pair of old socks and a bathing suit. I can't decide which
untertaking would be more fun.


Love it! Someone'll nick that for a sig.


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Old July 7th 19, 11:45 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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Default How do I force windows 10 to stop blocking downloaded files?

Mayayana wrote:
"Paul" wrote
| Mayayana wrote:
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| I would have posted those settings above but I don't have
| Win10 here and I'm never sure what still applies.
|
| You can run Win10 in a VM, you know.
|

Sounds great. I haven't got around to it only
because I'm also thinking of hiking to the South Pole in a
pair of old socks and a bathing suit. I can't decide which
untertaking would be more fun.


You don't have to run Win10 as a daily driver,
just have one as a reference release.

How are you going to test your web site works
with Chromge/OldEdg without it ?

Paul

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Old July 8th 19, 01:41 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
Mayayana
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Default How do I force windows 10 to stop blocking downloaded files?

"Paul" wrote

| You don't have to run Win10 as a daily driver,
| just have one as a reference release.
|
| How are you going to test your web site works
| with Chromge/OldEdg without it ?
|

I'm not going to buy Win10 and allow MS spyware
just to test my website with Microsoft's crap that
will only install on Win10.

Currently I block Edge and show an explanation that any
other browser will work. With Chrudge I expect to just let it
in with the assumption that it will render as Chromium.
My website has two page versions. One for IE. One for
everything else. If Chrudge is really Chromium it should
be fine. If it's not then my website will just help to
spread the word that Chrudge is Sludge. I have no
problem with that.


 




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