Google to Update Terms of Service on March 31

Ruben Fields
February 27, 2020

Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world and that too by some distance.

Google Chrome continues to dominate the browser market, holding a massive lead over Microsoft Edge and other browsers.

The feature is not unique to the new Microsoft Edge browser as other Chromium-based web browsers, Opera and Vivaldi being two, support the same functionality.

This isn't entirely surprising, as Microsoft employed a similar tactic back when it would try and sway me to use the old Edge every time I searched for Chrome on a PC (which I did each and every time).

And, honestly, while those are not unimportant priorities, there are reasons to look at Google with a questioning glance, such as the fact that Edge uses Chrome's own ad blocker. As of now, there have been no risks that have been highlighted on downloading these extensions or any other security warning about using Edge.

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In previous years, Microsoft has not shied away from telling its users to avoid Google's browser, either.

Upon opening the installation program for either of these browsers, Windows 10 opened a window which warned against installing the browser - stating that users "already have Microsoft Edge - the safer, faster browser for Windows 10".

Earlier, Google had blocked some of its web services from working properly.

If you want to get insane, you can even add another menu bar below that menu bar that gives you quick links to a bunch of Google services, like YouTube, News, Gmail, Drive, et cetera. For now, it seems more like an attempt to scare Edge users into switching to Chrome. According to an official blog post by Microsoft, all the icons on Windows 10 are getting a redesign.

"We are updating our Terms of Service".

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