Microsoft Edge no longer induces users to set Bing as the default search engine
This week, we mentioned that after Microsoft released the stable version of Microsoft Edge, every time users open the browser, Microsoft’s so-called browser usage suggestions will pop up.
In this recommendation, Microsoft stated that Bing Search has better performance and privacy security, and it is recommended that users set Bing Search as the browser’s default search engine.
The more embarrassing thing is that regardless of whether the user has set Bing as the default search, or the user has agreed when Microsoft pops up the window, Microsoft Edge will continue to display this pop-up.
So this seems to be caused by some kind of error, but then Microsoft provided an option in the browser’s experimental options to allow users to disable the pop-up window.
After receiving user feedback, Microsoft will investigate and confirm the problem and then release an update to fix it.
At present, users who use the Microsoft browser as long as they are connected to the Internet should have received the hot update released by Microsoft, and the browser will no longer continue to pop up after the automatic update.
But Microsoft did not explain how this happened. Microsoft only stated that this is a bug and the current bug has been fixed. Users can upgrade to the latest version.
However, considering that there are still these suggested setting windows in the experimental options, our reasonable guess is that Microsoft wants to promote through the pop-up window.