According to a Windows Central report, the feature dubbed as "app suggestions" is on by default and pop up a window warning users not to install a third-party browser like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. In fact, almost 60% of the worldwide market uses Chrome (according to StatCounter), which has to be the reason why Microsoft is resorting to questionable methods in order to convince Windows 10 users to stick with Edge rather than switch to another browser, such as Firefox or Google Chrome.
The user is then given the option to stick with Microsoft Edge (highlighted in blue as the default setting) or "Install anyway" - which doesn't sound alarmist at all. However, Microsoft tries to counter this by allowing the warnings to be turned off "in the future". Some analysts say Edge's share has fallen over the past year, so maybe Microsoft needs all the help it can get.
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When you download the Chrome or Firefox installer and launch it, Windows will first show a "warning" telling you that you already have Microsoft Edge installed.
The intercepting of installers on Windows is a new low, however. It's just one of the many annoying ways Microsoft pushes Edge, which only has 4% market share despite Microsoft's increasing desperation.
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While it seems that Microsoft plans to integrate an option to disable these "warnings", it remains to be seen how that will look like.
Imagine a constant storm of warnings telling you not to install the software you want or need. This is an escalation in the war between Edge, Chrome, and Firefox. Again, this happens only in Windows 10 version 1809 on the Insider channel. Interestingly, this move by the Redmond, Washington-headquartered company comes right ahead of the release of Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
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This boneheaded move, created to get people to try Edge for more than just downloading another browser, was rightly met with fury here and across the internet, and Microsoft has now pulled the "advert", claiming it was just a test. Meanwhile, another Twitter user reported the same issue with Chrome, Vivaldi, Opera, and Firefox browsers.