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I would rather have a "bad user experience" than use Chrome. At least make it go away after one popup.
E2E is for engineering and technical issues for TI ICs and Reference Designs. Your inquiry seems more directed at webpage interaction, so I recommend you click on the Website feedback at the bottom of most any www.ti.com/ webpage.
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Just a follow-up here, I realize I did not ask you if you were seeing this pop-up only on E2E, or on any TI webpage? And actually, this pop-up has nothing to do with E2E, not sure why you are seeing it, so you might check out this Windows Forum discussion about this subject: www.tenforums.com/browsers-email/59843-how-stop-google-chrome-not-your-default-browser-message.html .
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