There’s a very common misconception about the version names for the Android operating system. Most people believe they are named for desserts but that does not fit the existing naming pattern.
Android versions are named for confections. Confections may be served as dessert but plain fruits and other non-confections can also be served as dessert. No version of Android has ever been named for a non-confection dessert.
Noticed this message in Chrome today and it made no sense since the PC I’m on is not managed by my organization. Google search found me this recent article, Chrome Saying It’s Managed by Your Organization May Indicate Malware.
Looking around it was clear the only managing being done is disabled password saving in Chrome. That’s something I always turn on anyway since I’ve been using LastPass Premium for many years now. In fact it seems like a nice registry setting so that I, or a Chrome update, can’t turn password saving back on without an extra step.
In my initial search there was result from the LastPass forum about somebody having problems because they had both Chrome and LastPass trying to handle passwords. That’s when I realized that the registry keys where probably set by LastPass to prevent any conflict when I installed the binary version this morning.
I long ago reached the opposite conclusion: if an organization brags about it’s piety, that’s a clear sign that they’ve got no integrity.
I was actually taught that by my American Baptist Minster dad back in the 1960’s. Go read the whole post as always it’s well done.