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Brian This is not true. Help links in
Win 10 will open in Edge Google chrome has reported the default
search engine was silently changed to Bing and asked If I wanted
to block any future attempts to silently change my search engine.
These are just a couple of real world situations and can be
On 5/12/2017 11:08 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Fri, May 12,
2017 at 11:01 am, Randy Barnett wrote:
Unfortunately windows will open certain links in Edge
no matter what you have set your default preferences too... MS
will also change your default search engine to bing without your
permission or notification...
Windows 10 only uses Bing as the default search engine in
MS-Edge, and this can be changed, but will revert to Bing for
any searches executed via Cortana as opposed to using the Edge
app itself, which will use the search engine you've set.
Windows 10 will only open links that are the result of a web
search done via Cortana in MS-Edge. Other links, such as those
you have in e-mail messages, on web pages, etc., will open in
whatever browser you have selected as your default web browsing
app. I have tested this less than 4 hours ago with the Windows
10 Mail app and links received in messages. These all open in
Firefox, which I have set as my default browser.
I am running Version 1703, Build 15063.296, under Win10 Home,
Presenting the willfully
ignorant with facts is the very definition of casting pearls