In order to recommend more users to Chrome-based Microsoft Edge on the Windows 11 platform, some of Microsoft's aggressive approaches have disgusted many users.
When Windows 11 users try to install Chrome on their Edge browser, Microsoft issues a warning to try to block the download.
"Microsoft Edge runs on the same technology as Chrome and provides additional trust from Microsoft," the message reads. It also includes a button called Safe Browser Now, which redirects users to a web page, emphasizing Edge's performance, security, and other advantages over other browsers.
This information does not currently appear to most people who use Edge steadily, and the notification prompt is triggered by a server-side update, so it has nothing to do with the build revision number of Windows 11.
The alert appears when a user tries to access Chrome's download page using any search engine (Bing or Google itself).