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[Help] how to change kernel of browser?

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Post time: 22-1-17 17:39:24
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Hi, everyone,it looks there are two kernels in UC browser, Chrome and IE,  but i can't see any button to click for exchanging? it's  internatinal version browser.BTW, the way of using proxy is only take it as same as that in IE exploer?
thx!
Post time: 22-1-17 18:24:17
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Hi dear,
We suggest you can change the cloud and speed mode to try change the kernel in uc browser.
Post time: 10-3-17 23:42:40
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xxx0917x 25-1-17 10:38
Thank you very much! so there is no right for user to choose kernel as alternative by himself?

Correct, there is no option to switch between the IE kernel and Blink kernel
Post time: 22-1-17 18:41:07
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MissUC_Joyce 22-1-17 18:24
Hi dear,
We suggest you can change the cloud and speed mode to try change the kernel in uc browser.

so, do you mean it becomes Chrome kernel if I light cloud and speed icon, and turn to IE kernel if the rocket icon becomes gray?
Post time: 25-1-17 09:00:40
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xxx0917x 22-1-17 18:41
so, do you mean it becomes Chrome kernel if I light cloud and speed icon, and turn to IE kernel if ...

the kernel changing has been removed from setting in v4 by some reason they decided to leave the IE's kernel in the browser
Post time: 25-1-17 10:38:11
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Artex 25-1-17 09:00
the kernel changing has been removed from setting in v4 by some reason they decided to leave the I ...

Thank you very much! so there is no right for user to choose kernel as alternative by himself?
Post time: 25-1-17 10:38:43
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Artex 25-1-17 09:00
the kernel changing has been removed from setting in v4 by some reason they decided to leave the I ...

Thank you very much! so there is no right for user to choose kernel as alternative by himself?
Post time: 6-4-17 16:54:13
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Artex 10-3-17 23:42
Correct, there is no option to switch between the IE kernel and Blink kernel

Hi Artex,thanks for your kindly reply~
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