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Discussion in 'Release Notes (Beta Versions)' started by vasily_bagirov, Jan 27, 2017.
I am concerned about @Eli issue, trying to reproduce it on my side.
I know 'may' is a proper word but it's open to misinterpretation and could lead users to believe that a reboot isn't required, when in fact, it could be.
I'm probably not getting my point across very well so let me try putting it this way... if you are confident that a reboot will never be required then why have the warning there at all, if you are not confident that the change in setting will work without a reboot then you need to remove the word 'may' and replace it with something else so that users aren't potentially mistakenly running a setting they thought they'd already changed.
After all, not everyone reboots their PC every day, many people go days, weeks, and even months before they reboot so if there's any doubt about whether a reboot might be required then surely the best option/advice would be to tell them to reboot for the setting change to work.
Maybe we'd better use "recommend" then?
That would certainly be an improvement that would inspire me to reboot.
One more update -- version 6.1.326.
1. Updated default HTTPS exceptions list, almost 400 domains added: https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/1618
2. Improved HTTPS security: https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/1616