Google Chrome Won't Be Allowed On Windows 10 S
Google Chrome Won't Be Allowed On Windows 10 S

Using Windows 10 S will force many users to adapt to the rules that Microsoft will enforce in the name of security and performance. In clear word if I say then it means that the tech giant Google’s Chrome browser won’t be allowed on Windows 10.

Google Chrome Won’t Be Allowed On Windows 10 S

When the tech giant Microsoft introduced Windows 10 S, Microsoft showed that this new operating system is safer and better performing than the rest. To achieve this, it uses some measures that many consider extreme.

The Edge is also imposed on users, who can not change their browser, but the truth is that even if they wanted to change to Chrome, they probably would not get it, because of the tech giant Microsoft.

Using Windows 10 S will force many users to adapt to the rules that Microsoft will enforce in the name of security and performance. In addition to installing apps from the Windows store, there is also an obligation to use Edge and Bing.

Many would like to trade this browser for Chrome, but in addition to not being available in the store, the tech giant Google may not want to do so in the light of the Windows Store Policy, which sets the following rule:-

“Your app should not jeopardize or compromise user security, or the security or functionality of the device, system or related systems. Apps that browse the web must use the appropriate HTML and JavaScript engines provided by the Windows Platform,” the Windows Store guidelines read.

This would force the tech giant Google or any other company that develops its browser, to use the Edge engine and the Microsoft JavaScript engine. It’s the same situation that Mozilla finds for Firefox and Opera for its browser.

Aside from the tech giant Google, it would probably be against this idea, even if it did, it would lose the unique qualities of Chrome.

This is not a policy that is new since the tech giant Apple already follows it with regard to iOS browsers. Also here the rule requires that the key parts of the Apple browser be used.

So, it’s clear that Chrome will most likely never make it to the Windows Store because of Microsoft’s own rules, which limits the freedom of programmers and users alike. The only solution is for the latter to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro and have the apps they want.



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