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    Microsoft drops plans for Sets feature in Windows 10

    Meanwhile, Windows 7 users have started to receive notifications about end of support.
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    Re: Microsoft drops plans for Sets feature in Windows 10

    shame, I really liked the idea

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    Re: Microsoft drops plans for Sets feature in Windows 10

    Same, I liked the idea too.
    I find the idea of it being dropped due to poor reception rather silly, as there have been many ideas gone through just fine despite not being very good.
    There is something else behind that decision than just poor reception.

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    Re: Microsoft drops plans for Sets feature in Windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by ByteMyAscii View Post
    Same, I liked the idea too.
    I find the idea of it being dropped due to poor reception rather silly, as there have been many ideas gone through just fine despite not being very good.
    There is something else behind that decision than just poor reception.
    IIRC it was based on the tabbing system used by Edge. Given Edge is being rebuilt as a Chrome clone I imagine the system it relies on will no longer be there.

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