Microsoft Pulls Notification Warning Against Google Chrome Installation

Microsoft has removed the warning displayed on Windows 10 preview builds that attempted to block the installation of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Earlier this week, it was discovered that the most recent Windows 10 updates released as part of the Windows Insider program included a notification recommending against the installation of third-party browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Specifically, a warning showed up when users launched the installer of a different browser, with a message telling that Microsoft Edge is already installed and offers safer and faster browser in Windows 10.

While the warning could be skipped and the notification came together with a setting to block it from showing up once again, Microsoft has since pulled it completely following public backlash.

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