For most people, these days, Microsoft two browsers – Edge and Internet Explorer – are just not good enough. Most people prefer using Chrome, followed by Firefox at a far distance. Other mainstream browsers such as Safari, Opera, and Vivaldi as also pretty popular.
In a move to place the Edge browser have the edge over the competition, Microsoft in the latest Windows 10 Insiders Build began to sort-of arm-twist users into dropping Chrome and Firefox in favor of the Edge browser. As we featured in this article here.
That move has backfired as there has been an outcry by users complaining about why Microsoft want to deny them the right to choose their browser of choice. To be fair, it is not like Microsoft has disabled the installation of Chrome and Firefox or any other browser in the new Windows 10 Insiders Build. The company introduced a new feature that by default promoted the use of the Microsoft-built applications on Windows 10.
If you dig deep into the settings of that Build, you will find that when it comes to apps installation. The default setting is …read more