Since Microsoft switched to Chromium, the Microsoft Edge team has submitted many improvements to Chromium, and Microsoft is also actively changing Windows 10 and Windows
11 systems for the ease of use of its own browser, so that the Chromium browser can run better on these platforms.
Chrome’s recent feature updates are significantly faster than before, and PWA applications also support uninstalling through Windows’ Control Panel or Settings app after the v99 version was released last week.
You can also see the PWA applications installed by Google in the uninstaller of the control panel. These are actually supported by the previous version of the Microsoft Edge browser.
Recently, Chrome has also made a lot of changes to the password manager and added some new features. In fact, many features in Chrome have not been updated for many years. Perhaps now that Google has competition from Microsoft Edge, it feels the need to maintain a faster feature change rate.