Microsoft doesn’t want Windows 10 users switch to Chrome

Microsoft doesn’t want Windows 10 users switch to ChromeMicrosoft has a new deception to convince Windows 10 users to stay with its new Edge browser over Chrome or Firefox. In a recently leaked Windows 10 preview (build 10568); the software has added new quick targeting users switching default apps. If you have Microsoft Edge set as your default browser and put in Chrome and switch defaults then a pop-up box with “give Microsoft Edge a shot” appears on the screen.

The prompt highlights that Microsoft Edge lets you mark on webpage have, have Cortona mixing, and form a reading view. Microsoft’s new prompt has a big and bold choice to “don’t switch and try now,” which opens Edge and doesn’t set a competitor browser like Chrome or Firefox the default. It’s a transform that will likely annoy rival browser makers. Mozilla was fast to blast Microsoft for making it harder to switch to Firefox in Windows 10, and the corporation even created a lesson video to help Firefox users repair their default app settings.