Microsoft removes the warning displayed on Windows 10 preview builds

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Microsoft_removes_the_warning_displayed_on_Windows_10_preview_builds-300x188 Microsoft removes the warning displayed on Windows 10 preview buildsSince the earlier days of last week, it was noticed that the most recent Windows 10 updates released as part of the Windows Insider program also included a notification that recommends against the installation of third-party browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
A warning notification is specifically shown with a message telling that Microsoft Edge is already installed with safe and fast browsing access in Windows 10 when users try to set up the installation process of a different browser. However, the warning could be skipped and the notification comes together with a setting to block without displaying the notification again. Now, this was pulled up by Microsoft s there were many concerns raised about it in public users.
But the company claims it as an experiment conducted as part of the Windows Insider program, but not for forcefully bringing the EDGE browsers to Windows 10 at some point in the future. However, the company guarantees that users can install whatever the browser they wish to have on their pc.
With this experiment, it makes sense for Microsoft in Windows 10 preview builds, where some of the changes that have been proposed are still at the least side. Here Windows 10 October 2018 Update would certainly not highly criticize the warning, but also expects Microsoft to upgrade with some other similar ideas with latest Windows 10 updates in the future.