Microsoft Gooses Up Bing Search Results For Chrome And Firefox, Pushing Users To Edge

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Microsoft released its latest OS, Windows 10, about five weeks ago, and while there were some definite launch niggles, it seems as a whole, it’s been well-received.
Well, if we can ignore the fact that it captures quite a bit of information on you by default, that is.
One of the most ambitious parts of Windows 10 is Microsoft’s Internet Explorer replacement, called Edge.
It was touted as being the best browser Microsoft’s ever created – fast, secure, and feature-rich.
Admittedly, it does bring a couple of cool features to the table, such as being able to take notes inside of a webpage.
But, we knew the challenge of getting people to move over from their preferred browser was going to be intense, and as it seems so far, Microsoft isn’t happy with the amount of people who waste no time abandoning it.
As revealed by VentureBeat, Microsoft’s begun encouraging people to stick with Edge if they search through Bing for either Google’s Chrome or Mozilla’s Firefox.
The message is simple, but it looks important: “Microsoft recommends Microsoft Edge for Windows 10.”


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