Microsoft has confirmed that users of its Windows 10 operating system cannot uninstall the latest version of its web browser Edge.
Although the new Edge browser is a very good browser compared to Google Chrome, it is still very annoying because users cannot easily ignore the update.
Several sales technology analyzes stated that Microsoft does not always receive excellent reviews from its users and other companies, even if they offer excellent products.
Users complain about the problem they are facing with the new Edge browser, and other users have described the new browser as a malicious program after they were forced to adopt the new browser on Windows 7 systems.
And Microsoft released An update On her support site, she explained that all Windows users will be directed from the old Edge browser to the new one.
The software giant also said: Users will have full control when transferring their personal data from the old Edge browser to the latest version.
“We want to make sure that all Windows customers have the latest version of Edge for the performance, privacy, security, productivity and support features it offers,” she added.
However, I confirmed that it cannot be removed or the version changed back to the old version of Edge since it is already included in the Windows System Update.
Many people ask why the company is imposing a product on their devices, and one of the researchers explained that the Edge browser is the only way to download the other browsers that users prefer to use.
Microsoft opted for an incremental approach to the rollout process, but is now pushing the new browser for all users.
Once the transition to the new version is complete, users will no longer be able to uninstall the new Chromium-based Edge browser from their computers via the traditional method.
The new Edge browser was launched in January, replacing the old HTML-based version now known as Edge Legacy.
According to StatCounter, Edge Legacy has only 0.98 percent of the browser market, compared to 65.89 percent for Chrome.
By switching to a new and improved Chromium-based version, Microsoft hopes to gain a foothold in the market.