The company says some portion of it was a bug
On Saturday, called attention to how Microsoft power restarting Windows 10 PCs to introduce undesirable web applications was the most recent confirmation you don’t possess your own Windows PC.
Today, the organization says it was in any event somewhat a misstep — and will delay the “migration” that brought web applications to your Start Menu along these lines.
Initially, Microsoft says, the thought was that any site you stuck to the Start Menu would dispatch in Microsoft Edge, and it basically expected to transform those alternate routes into more noticeable tiles now.
In any case, — in what Microsoft is calling a bug — the change likewise transformed its current Microsoft Office web easy routes into PWA web applications too. That is something you can regularly do from inside the Edge program, yet not something that would occur without anyone else.
Microsoft says it’s really been sticking Office web easy routes to the Start Menu since May 2019. On the off chance that accept that training is OK and assume the best about Microsoft, they can perceive how this chain of situations may have developed in a manner Microsoft didn’t design.
In any case, that doesn’t really address any of past concerns:
- For what reason was Microsoft utilizing Start Menu as free promoting for its Office items regardless, web alternate route or no?
- For what reason do these alternate ways fire up Microsoft Edge, rather than regarding own default decision of program?
- For what reason does Microsoft trust it has the option to compel restart PC by any means? What was so basic about this update to make that beneficial?
Microsoft has obviously heard some disappointment, and it’s responding to that today. In any case, it’s not satisfactory whether anything will change thus.
Microsoft is as yet promoting its own applications in your Start Menu close by the projects you’ve really introduced, it’s giving them premium space in your Start Menu without asking, they’ll actually open in Microsoft’s own Edge program which the organization no longer allows you to eliminate, and — most annoyingly — the organization isn’t tending to its act of constrained updates and reboots.