Microsoft adds ‘warning’ in Windows 10 when you try to install Google Chrome
Google Chrome has been around for 10 years and at this level, it’s one of the well-liked browsers on the planet. That’s put loads of strain on Microsoft to persuade Home windows customers to go together with its personal browser possibility, and now it appears Microsoft is including a warning if you attempt to set up Google’s browser.

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Microsoft has been attempting for years to direct customers to its personal browser, going as far as so as to add pop-ups and prompts that direct customers to maintain utilizing Edge once they use Chrome or Firefox. Now, although, the corporate is attempting to redirect customers earlier than they’ve even put in the brand new browser.

The newest Insider launch of Home windows 10, which additionally adds some handy features for Android users, incorporates a brand new pop-up that warns customers to not set up Chrome or Firefox. Many customers have noted on Twitter (by way of The Verge) that this immediate exhibits up when downloading the Chrome installer or the Firefox installer on this newest Home windows launch. The pop-up “factors out” that customers have already got Microsoft Edge put in on their machines, mentioning that it’s the “safer, sooner browsers for Home windows 10.”

Clearly, this immediate doesn’t block the set up, but it surely’s a fairly blatant approach to attempt to cease customers from downloading a competitor’s product. After all, that is solely reside in the meanwhile in what equates to a beta launch of Home windows 10, so it’s unclear if this immediate will make its approach to a extra public launch of the working system.

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