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Re: Which/what web browsers to use on AOS4?
Posted on 18-Nov-2020 11:30:29
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@Chris_Y

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It actually supports more, just is more vocal now about the stuff it doesn't support [...]

OK, thanks for the tip. I didn't know they've changed that.

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