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Microsoft will not force users to open links in the mail app in their own Edge browser.

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a futureWindows10 update screenshots of the mail app,The client will allow the user to configure "whether to open the link in Microsoft Edge."In other words, the user is given the right to process the link within the mail app in a third party browser.

The update is not yet available, and Microsoft is expected to bring this change to the mail application in a future Windows 10 Insider Preview.

Google Chrome is currently the world's most popular desktop browser.Microsoft’s move is clearly to increase the share of Microsoft Edge browsers.-- After all, third parties collectively control more than 60% of the market, while Edge is only a little more than 4%.

Many believe this is part of Microsoft's aggressive strategy to increase Edge's share. But the results prove that the company did listen to the feedback so that users can choose which browser to use to open the link within the email app.

It is expected that the Windows 10 Redstone 5 major update will be officially seen in October this year, and many of the Insider testers have already previewed it.

[Compiled from:Softpedia]

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