Edge, Chrome or Firefox? Microsoft is reportedly trying out a new change for the upcoming version of Windows 10. This change will annoy anyone using a different browser from Microsoft Edge.
Let's see why: The company he revealed that "we will begin testing a new feature that will open any link in the Windows Mail application that opens in Microsoft Edge."
This change means that even if you set Chrome or Firefox as the default browser in Windows 10, the company will ignore it and force you to see Edge when you click on a link in the Mail app.
This is obviously a ridiculous change, similar to the one in which Microsoft forces Cortana users to use Bing search and open results in Microsoft Edge instead of the default browsers.
"As always, we look forward to feedback from our community," Microsoft's Dona Sarkar said in a blog post.
I'm sure Microsoft will not be pleased with user feedback on this completely unnecessary change. Let's just hope the company does not ignore them.
Microsoft is desperately trying to persuade Windows 10 users to switch from Chrome and Firefox to their own Edge browser.
The company even created a video to disprove Google's claims that Chrome offers longer battery life for the device that uses it. Microsoft continues to use various other annoying ads within Windows 10 to promote Edge.
However, none of the above efforts seem to work, as Google Chrome is still the top desktop browser.