10-20-2020 10:21 PM
You are right, and this needs to be fixed. Even the Bing Homepage treats it as Chrome.
Look at the "make Bing your homepage" link at the bottom. Now see what happens when I click on it.
Only Chrome, Firefox and IE are mentioned. If it isn't for Edge, why was the link there in the first place. I know there are other ways of setting Edge's homepage as Bing, but that link at the bottom should not have been there.
10-24-2020 09:26 AM
@HotCakeX no i think it's normal, since they follow strictly the useragent they cannot really see it's edge, and i want to let it like that, because if they can see it's edge, tracker can do too (so modify the message it's better than see it's edge)
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10-24-2020 06:12 PM
@TrueGame Ha ha. That's interesting. I guess that's what happens when things are not unified across Microsoft. Stuff like this happens a lot with Microsoft, and to a slightly lesser extent, Google. Apple seems to be the only one that actually keeps, or at least used to keep, things somewhat uniform across its ecosystem. Also, for google sites, I usually have the user agent set to chrome at all times to prevent any issues. Google likes people using their chrome browser only.
10-25-2020 12:01 AM
It's Google's fault that do it, Edge doesn't need to change anything or hide behind other user agents. when Google does something ill-intentioned like that everybody calls them out, it will just be a shame for them.
if they wanna bring shame upon themselves let them do it
10-26-2020 07:50 PM