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Microsoft forcibly replaces one browser with another for most Windows 10 users

Windows Update will automatically distribute the new Edge
Microsoft has announced details about the launch of a brand new version of Microsoft Edge on the Chromium engine.
For most Windows 10 users, the update will be delivered automatically through Windows Update. The new browser will replace the old one on Windows 10 RS4 (April 2018 update) and earlier versions.

Of course, this can cause compatibility issues. In this case, Microsoft released the Blocker Toolkit for corporate users, which will allow you to control the installation.

The new Microsoft Edge is expected to go public on January 15, 2020, in more than 90 languages.

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