Sunday, April 20, 2014

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Epic Browser Issue – Auto-Pinning and Re-Creating Shortcut icon in some Win64 Systems

Have you tried to delete the Epic shortcut icon from your desktop only to find it re-appear? Have you un-pinned Epic from your taskbar only to find it re-pinned some time later? Sorry about that Windows 64 bit users! It turns out this problem is related to the chromium installer/updater only for Windows 64 bit systems. We’ve ripped out *a lot* that was unnecessary/potentially tracking-related in the chromium installer/updater, and that inadvertently led to this issue with Win64 installations. What happens is that the installer keeps thinking that it’s a fresh install and thus creates the shortcut icon and pins…

The Epic Privacy Browser from Hidden Reflex is born.

We thank you all for your support.  After a year of development, we’re thrilled to launch the first-ever privacy-focused browser built on chromium.  We have a simple philosophy:  what you browse and search should always be private.  At long last, privacy has become a global concern, and we’re glad to join many, many from around the world who believe that their privacy is worth fighting for to join us.  With Epic, we provide a fast, simple browsing experience but with a ton of privacy versus regular browsers — so you really can have it all.  Please keep telling us how…

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