Microsoft is pushing Edge with dirty tricks, again

Microsoft Edge, the default web browser that comes pre-installed on approximately 1.4 billion Windows PCs, is pretty darn good. Over the last few years Microsoft has invested a lot of time and money in expanding its features to compete with Chrome. So it’s a shame that I have to tell you, once again, that Microsoft is abusing its position as the publisher of Windows to try and force its users onto its first-party browser. Earlier this week, some Windows users found that every time they opened Chrome, the Windows default app settings window would open too. Some of them reported that the window …

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