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After backlash from its browser rivals, Microsoft has finally made the default browser on Windows 11 much easier with a new single click option. However, Vivaldi is still not fully pleased about it.
Vivaldi has slammed Microsoft over the latter's aggressive moves in trying to make more people adopt the Edge web browser. It has called out Microsoft's moves as "desperate" and "openly abusing".
It's been an eventful week in the Microsoft-verse thanks to some Edge shenanigans, a festive Windows Ugly Sweater, and Dev Channel build 22509, which addresses many issues related to Windows 11.
Microsoft has been really trying to promote Edge amongst people so that it can gain more regular users. There are now funny pop-ups when trying to download Google Chrome on Edge, and a lot more.
Microsoft Edge rivals Chrome, Firefox, Brave, Opera, and Vivaldi, are rather unhappy at how the Windows 11 Default apps selection for browsers works presently in the Windows 11 preview builds.
Microsoft may have unintentionally kicked off 'Browser Wars' after it claimed that Edge was the only browser to offer a specific feature - even though Opera and Vivaldi have had it for years.
Last month, Microsoft claimed Edge was the best browser for your battery life, and now the company is saying its Windows 10 browser is the best choice for video streaming as well.
After years of Chrome's infamous memory-hogging problems, Google is finally addressing the issue, with a plethora of optimisations and RAM-saving techniques being included in the next version.
Despite what Microsoft's official blogs might be saying, some are reporting that December was another bad month for Internet Explorer. IE is growing and falling, and Chrome isn't far behind.
Google's Chrome Frame lets IE users turn their browser into Chrome, while still being able to access legacy apps. But is it really moving browsers forward, or is it helping to create a new stagnation?
Internet Explorer's total market share has now dropped below 50 percent for the first time, with further decline a possibility.
April was an interesting month in the browser wars. Computerworld reports that Net Applications' analysis shows Google's Chrome browser increasing it's share of the browser market by .6 of a percentage point. It did significantly...