Rival browsers are frustrated with Microsoft’s default browser options on Windows 11 | #firefox | #chrome | #microsoftedge

Microsoft recently moved to allow users to once again change their default browser with a single click on Windows 11. Available as an optional download, once installed users are able to switch easily between which browser is set to default—functionality that was available on Windows 10 but missing on Windows 11. However, some browser rivals of Microsoft are not yet satisfied with the change.

Prior to this (optional) update, users were required to set their browser of choice for every file-type that might be used, such as HTTP, HTTPS, .HTML, etc. Many argued that by making the process so specific and long-winded, it would cause fewer users to switch to any other browser than Microsoft’s own Edge, which is the default on the OS.



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