Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Microsoft is forcing Windows 10 S users to rely on Edge and Bing by default

Microsoft unveiled its brand new Chrome OS challenger, Windows 10 S, at a special event in New York yesterday, but it turns out the company has a nasty surprise in store for early adopters. While the newly-introduced lightweight OS will support apps from the Windows Store without any limits, Microsoft has clarified users will have to rely on Edge as their default browser. In addition to this, you will also have to use Bing as your default search engine in both Edge and Internet Explorer. The inconvenient stipulations appear in a FAQ for Windows 10 S – as spotted by The Verge – where…

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