Windows 10 users complained about the constant pop-ups and made suggestions about switching the default browser and search engine on their computers. These pop-ups are basically promoting Microsoft’s own Chromium Edge browser and Bing search engine. The pop-up window is displayed on the Windows 10 system using its built-in notification center. They act as advertisements for the Bing search engine and detail all the benefits of switching to Bing. For all users who get these pop-up windows, fortunately there is a quick way to disable them.
Users on Reddit have started to complain about this new prompt occasionally appearing on Windows 10. These notices recommend Bing as the default search engine and Edge as the default browser. They will only be displayed if these two have not been set as the default applications on the computer. WindowsLatest reports two kinds of advertisements, which are apparently displayed as pop-up windows on the Bing search engine. One of the advertisements is promoting the MSN news feed on the Bing homepage and its security results feature. Another advertisement tells users that if they switch to Bing, they can save money online by using the Microsoft Rewards feature available in certain countries.
Unnecessary notifications can be eliminated by clicking the “Maybe Later” option or clicking the “Change Settings” button to change its default browser to Edge and its search engine to Bing. Users who want to continue using their existing browser apps and search engines will need to perform some simple steps to stop notifications on their Windows 10 system. As explained by Reddit users, you just need to paste it into the URL bar “edge://flags/#edge-show-feature-recommendations” and disable “Show features and workflow suggestions” to stop the annoying Notice.
In other Microsoft-related news, the company is preparing to launch a major update to Windows 10 in the fall. According to reports, the update, codenamed Sun Valley, is said to bring major UI improvements and a new Windows application store. During Build 2021, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella hinted that the update will release greater economic opportunities for developers.
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