Back Google Chrome browser for the first time in 10 years to become later the Internet browser most commonly used on the Windows platform.
Microsoft is trying to get for years pushing users to a browser of its own which now bears the name of the Edge, where you send a Windows pop-up invites users to move to the Edge through the process of installing other browsers like Firefox and Chrome.
@MicrosoftEdge What kind of slimy marketing cesspool crap is this Microsoft? I proceed to launch the Firefox installer and Windows 10 pops this up? If I wanted to use your browser, I would. pic.twitter.com/f7jk9sGvYA
— Sean Hoffman (@SeanKHoffman) September 11, 2018
After the last update that I got the operating system Windows 10, some users noticed a new pop-up window invites users to not install the browser the other immediately start the tool to install Chrome or Firefox or any other browser, and the pop-up message is: “you already have a browser safer fast on Windows 10”.
This message does not prevent the installation process, but it’s the way the “gap” so to try to prevent users to install a competing product. What do you think about this step from Microsoft?
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