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Microsoft is using a new tactic to keep Windows 10 users from switching away from its Edge browser. The first time Edge users search for “chrome” or “firefox” using Bing — presumably with the intent of downloading those browsers from Google or Mozilla, respectively — they are shown a serious-looking message at the top of the search results.
“Microsoft recommends Microsoft Edge for Windows 10,” it says. A “Learn why” button next to that message brings you to a website showing off Edge’s features. Microsoft Uses Bing to Discourage Users From Switching Browsers Away From Edge [venturebeat.com]
I have never once seen this, using either Firefox or Safari.
> Well if you go to Google's search page using Firefox, IE, Opera, etc,, you see a message at the top that recommends that you install Chrome, accompanied by a download link
I have never once seen this, using either Firefox or Safari
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