How to Quickly Remove the New Microsoft Edge Browser on Windows 10
Microsoft has been under fire lately for the way it decided to push the new Microsoft Edge browser to users on Windows 10.
Basically, the new Chromium-based Edge browser is offered as a manual download and as an automatic update.
First and foremost, the manual download. Announced in early 2020, Microsoft Edge was originally offered to users who just wanted to download the installer on their devices and deploy the browser on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and macOS.
As far as Windows 10 users were concerned, the manual download option could be used for any version of Edge, including the Canary, Dev, Beta, and stable builds.
The automatic update, on the other hand, landed in early June, causing quite a lot of criticism in the Windows 10 user community.
Showing up on Windows Update and installing automatically on Windows devices, the new Edge replaced the legacy version of the browser, also taking over its pins, shortcuts, bookmarks, and everything … (read more)
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