Microsoft Edge is set as the browser by default regardless of your previous preferences. I love Mozilla’s Firefox and it is my go to browser for just about everything. As much as Microsoft Edge is a breath of fresh air, it may not be everyone’s cup of tea. If you’re invested in the Google ecosystem for instance and use Google Docs religiously then this is not your thing. Can’t do without sharing every little thing you found online to your followers on Twitter and check afterwards how it faired using Buffer? Edge is not your thing as well.
Edge doesn’t have plugins and extensions, at least not yet, and you may want to stick with your preferred Chrome or Firefox. After an upgrade from Windows 7 or 8.1 the first thing you’ll notice is that Microsoft has set Edge as your default browser. You can easily change this by digging in the settings application so it isn’t much of an issue we believe as Mozilla’s CEO wants you to think.