I occasionally go onto Google Maps and zoom into a particular area, activate Satellite and thence Street View via the little globe icon at the bottom right of the screen. From there it was possible to navigate along a street and observe the final few hundred yards of a journey I might have planned. Now, when I activate the globe icon a pop-up appears proclaiming that "Google Maps does not have permission to use your location" - 'Learn More'. OK, so I click 'Learn More' and there's a whole raft of text to do with my position on the map (something about a blue dot). Under all that there are guides to how I might change my settings to allow Google the permission they say is denied them. Among these are four web browsers, none of which is mine! Obviously I'm fixed to my home office desktop PC (i.e. not mobile) so anything they say about my location seems somewhat strange. My OS is W10 x64 and my browser is MS Edge based on Chromium (I couldn't be more up to date if I tried) .. so what do I need to do to bypass or comply with the Google Maps permission requirement?