First Ring Daily Live: Samsung Leaks, 19H2 Sneaks

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On this live edition of First Ring Daily, we ponder the life of 19H2, Samsung leaks everything, and if two builds of Windows 10 is good, three must be better.

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  • derylmccarty

    Premium Member
    15 February, 2019 - 3:59 pm

    <p>sigh, one eats McNuggets because of the BBQ sauce. No one even knows what is under the fried breading.</p>

  • derylmccarty

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    15 February, 2019 - 4:06 pm

    <p> build ## is 500 number change. 18836 up from 18334</p>

  • jdmp10

    15 February, 2019 - 5:59 pm

    <p>While both Opera and Brave both use Chromium, Opera deviates from Chrome in ways that Brave doesn't, Brave in many ways is Chrome with a few small additions where as Opera is more unique and as far as I know you can't install Chrome extensions in Opera the same way you can in Brave.</p><p><br></p><p>Best way to look at it is Opera is like Samsung's take on Android where as Brave is more like Motorola or Sony, it's mostly AOSP Android with a few small additions of their own, not a larger skin like Samsung or LG.</p>

  • jdmp10

    15 February, 2019 - 6:04 pm

    <p> If they are releasing 20H1 builds this early on in the year, at least a year before public release, chances are the new Edge running on Chromium will appear in a 20H1 build as early as Q3 of this year.</p><p><br></p><p>I suspect taking the things that make Edge unique and adapting it to run on Chromium isn't as arduous as they may want us to think. If Edge can run Chrome extensions and be able to run the PWA like sites within a wrapper, for instance how Android Messages installs as a PWA like app at the URL then maybe I can give it a serious look over replacing Chrome.</p>


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