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  1. If the quick access data of the new tab page restored to the default, you can 1. Exit the browser 2. Open the installation path, such as C:\Users\lenovo\AppData\Local\Maxthon 3. Open the account folder, find the folder "Backups" > "QuickAccess," select one backup file which you'd like to restore, rename it to "QaConfig.dat," 4. Back to your browser account folder, open the folder "QuickAccess," use the backup file to replace the current one. 5. Restart the browser To check the installation path, you can run the Maxthon 6 installation package.
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  2. thanks for the news @BugSir009 I confess I'm worried Maxthon is doomed play catch-up forever : google chrome release cycle is approx 1 major version every 4 weeks (https://chromiumdash.appspot.com/schedule )... As the chrome kernel update for Maxthon has been requested multiple times in the past months, t seems updating+testing takes months rather than days. Is this really sustainable in the long run ? Sorry if this sounds negative, but more and more websites stop to function on chrome core < v117. Do you know what's the envisioned release cycle for new core versions in the future ? are the devs aiming for a yearly update or more frequent ?
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  3. Dear all, the development team is really working on updating the core. Right now they are trying to fix the ongoing error and bugs while trying to update the core. Unfortunately updating of core is not as straightforward as pressing an update button; they will have to check the whole browser coding to integrate to the new chromium and in the process will have to fix any error that occurs.
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