Mozilla has filed a protest with MS re Windows 10 difficulty in using their browser. Your opinion?
Allegedly, Windows 10 comes loaded with Edge, its own browser, and users must go through a complex system to change to another browser.
It is true! Very nasty! It also applies for Chrome - not installed if you original had it as the default browser. Windows 10 just appears to be Windows 8 with a start button. Took nearly 8 hours to download and install! You also have to make Google the home page to get rid of Bing as the default search even when you install Chrome!
All you have to do is install Firefox and then change the default app to view web content. Doesn't seem much different than Windows 8.
I just took it off my machine. I thought my windows 8 problems were over, just a dream!
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