I would be more concerned that edge was running.
@fettman1138, right? Like, why would it still be running after downloading firefox?
@fettman1138, I’m gonna have to call you our on that. I switched from Chrome to Edge, it’s actually a good browser if you can get past the first 5 minutes of stigma
@fettman1138, Edge is pretty good now. It's all I use now.
@theshadosnipe, oh, whoops...I think you mistyped firefox somehow.
@Empshok, *double checks* nope, pretty sure that's how it's spelled
@delusionalwino, edge is pretty good, now that it's built off of Google's chromium architecture, but it was built before chrome added memory optimization, so now edge has many of the memory problems that old chrome had, unless they fixed it recently.
Hell, me every time I go on my PC. I've uninstalled it so many times through so many different methods and it JUST. KEEP. FYCKING. COMES. BACK. DIE DAMN YOU!
But yeah, Skype can go eat a bag of cocks.
@I cut your face, I've just disabled mine on startup through task manager, so it never runs because I never choose to run it.
@PsychedelicCow, I did that. And it stops it from being overly intrusive. I just want it all gone.
@I cut your face, I just uninstalled it through add/remove programs, so it should be gone for now, although I think it's one of those "essential programs" that'll probably get reinstalled with the next windows update.
@PsychedelicCow, that's one of the main reasons I hate the direction Microsoft is going with windows. The only programs that should be automatically installed and forcibly updated are those that are integral for running the OS. Apple does the same thing. If Linux had as much mainstream support as either of those two (without having to use software emulation or compatibility drivers), I wouldn't hesitate to use it.