MSEdgeRedirect, a popular third-party tool for preventing Microsoft from imposing Edge, has received an update to version 0.7.3.0. It fixes one annoying bug and delivers a few other improvements.
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MSEdgeRedirect, a popular application for making Windows 10 and 11 respect your default browser choice, has received an update to version 0.7.0.2 with several fixes and improvements.
The latest MSEdgeRedirect 0.7.0.0 update adds the option to use preferred search engines for image search, uninstall Edge with a script, plus several other improvements and bugfixes.
Microsoft keeps making it harder to use the default browser choice in Windows 10 or 11, even when you select something else, Edge opens from widgets, and Start menu links. Let's stop that.
In both Windows 10 and Windows 11, it is no longer possible to redirect links that open in the default browser since yesterday's Patch Tuesday updates. Fortunately, there is a new workaround.