In an effort to further diminish Edge's role as "the browser you use to install Chrome", Google has published a Chrome installer application to the Microsoft Store. This simple tool is, obviously, a free download in the Store, but its function is very simple.
The app is just a basic web wrapper. As such, 10 S can't make use of this Chrome installer; while the installer itself can be, uh, installed, it's not able to install the non-Store version of Chrome.
Improving the quality of advertising is not necessarily a sign that Google is on the side of the regular consumer.
The app, in all its glory.
You can get the same effect by going to Google.
But if it's a joke, Windows users weren't feeling it. Before Google took it down, just hours after first getting discovered, the Google Chrome Installer app was averaging 1.5 stars with 74 reviews.
Unfortunately, it turned out to be an elaborate troll from Google. For the most part, the company's web browser will be tweaked to block Google ads on sites that fall short of the newly imposed standards.
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