• EdgeDeflector for Windows 10 forces all links to open in the default browser, not Microsoft Edge

    9 days ago - By Beta News

    It's no secret that Microsoft wants you to use its Edge browser in Windows 10. It's tried a lot of ways to persuade users to switch from Chrome, Firefox or other browsers, including advertising Edge in Windows and even recently made a change to a Redstone 5 Insider preview so that links clicked in Windows Mail opened directly in the browser. Windows 10 users will be aware that Edge is already the default browser for certain links and actions. If you run a web search using the Cortana search box, for example, the results - provided by Bing - will...
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  • Firefox will soon play nicely with Windows 10's color themes

    Firefox will soon play nicely with Windows 10's color themes

    9 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Windows offers two color themes, light and dark, and whichever you choose, Firefox will soon respect that decision and change itself to match. It's a small update, but one that'll be welcomed by the many Windows users - particularly software engineers who prefer their interfaces on the darker side. Microsoft itself is working on creating dark themes for its native apps (a moodier version of list-making app To-Do was spotted last month), but users have to change each app's settings individually. This is even the case for Edge, which Microsoft is pushing hard as the best browser for Windows...
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