Do you prefer to use Google Chrome browser over the Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10? If yes, then lately, Windows 10 has started to display suggestions as notifications that say that the Chrome browser is not battery efficient and you should switch to the Edge browser.
Though, one may agree to these claims as Chrome is not only resource hungry software but also may not be power efficient due to its nature of initiating a new process for every task, it is not something that would make you switch to edge.
The Microsoft Edge is also a good web browser and opens faster than any other web browser in Windows 10; And when I say faster, I mean it. Microsoft Edge takes less than a second to open up in Windows 10. Also, read how to view saved password in Microsoft edge.
What else I like about Microsoft Edge? The inbuilt auto-correct feature in Microsoft Edge is just amazing. My keyboard’s backspace key would be the happiest among all If I use the Microsoft Edge for my Work.
However, Edge is not complete yet. There are a very basic yet essentials things missing that would make it a complete package. One of those including the lack of popular extension availability for Edge.
Now if you use a different browser that is other than Microsoft Edge, then you would be getting notifications saying how Google Chrome is not battery efficient and how Firefox is not secure enough.
If these unnecessary notifications are annoying you and you want to get rid of it, then here is how to disable notifications in Microsoft Edge.
How to Disable Microsoft Edge Notifications?
- Click the Start button and click Settings to open settings panel.
- Click on System and then click Notifications and actions from the left side pane.
- Under the Notifications section scroll down and you should see “Get tips, tricks, and suggestions as you use Windows” option.
- Turn it Off and close the Settings panel.
Now follow these steps and you should have successfully disabled annoying notifications related to Microsoft Edge in Windows 10.
The only reason why these notifications appear is that Microsoft is trying hard to push Microsoft Edge to the Windows 10 users. So, when it detects that you are using other browser and not the Microsoft Edge, you start getting suggestions.
However, the question remains, can these suggestions make one switch their web browsers? Microsoft says Yes. What do you think?