Is my browsing data visible to ISP

I use a laptop with win 7 OS and have opted to use DNS over HTTPS with cloudfare.
When I check my browsing status the following data is displayed:

Debug Information

Connected to 1.1.1.1 Yes
Using DNS over HTTPS (DoH) Yes
Using DNS over TLS (DoT) No
Using DNS over WARP No
AS Name Cloudflare
AS Number 13335
Cloudflare Data Center BOM

url is https://1.1.1.1/help#eyJpc0NmIjoiWWVzIiwiaXNEb3QiOiJObyIsImlzRG9oIjoiWWVzIiwicmVzb2x2ZXJJcC0xLjEuMS4xIjoiWWVzIiwicmVzb2x2ZXJJcC0xLjAuMC4xIjoiWWVzIiwicmVzb2x2ZXJJcC0yNjA2OjQ3MDA6NDcwMDo6MTExMSI6IlllcyIsInJlc29sdmVySXAtMjYwNjo0NzAwOjQ3MDA6OjEwMDEiOiJZZXMiLCJkYXRhY2VudGVyTG9jYXRpb24iOiJCT00iLCJpc1dhcnAiOiJObyIsImlzcE5hbWUiOiJDbG91ZGZsYXJlIiwiaXNwQXNuIjoiMTMzMzUifQ==
In cloudware site somewhere it is mentioned that my ISP can see my browsing data even if it is encrypted, and there is a suggestion to use WARP. I cannot use warp as I have no device other than a laptop. Can my ISP see my browsing details? If yes, is there any way to avoid that?

DOH and DOT are designed to provide privacy and security to DNS queries only. Your ISP can still see what sites you connect to.

There is a Beta ongoing for the MacOS and Windows clients for Warp:

Don't tell anyone I told you, but anyone can now download the WARP client for #MacOS and #Windows for free: https://1.1.1.1/beta/. PS - in exchange for this secret info, please send bug reports!

— Matthew Prince 🌥 (@eastdakota) September 1, 2020

If your risk profile sees your ISP is a major problem, perhaps using a Windows 7 device on your home ISP is not the best plan.

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