Microsoft has always insisted people use their own browsers. It’s the first thing they ask you to do when using the internet. However this time, it seems like things have gone out of hand. Because this time these Windows 11 Pop-ups just appear out of nowhere. And they don’t appear on the desktop, but games and other programs too.
Microsoft’s Desperate Attempts With Windows 11 Pop-ups
These pop-ups are really annoying people since they pop up out of nowhere, everywhere. Additionally, this isn’t your typical notification. It didn’t show up in Windows 11’s notification center and isn’t related to the area of the operating system that recommends new features to you. It is a malicious executable file that is digitally signed by Microsoft and has mysteriously arrived in the directory c:\windows\temp\mubstemp.
Microsoft has also done this before. People’s frustration with the company’s tactics for convincing users to migrate from Google and Chrome to Bing and Edge is growing. Since many years ago, Microsoft has employed a number of prompts. Microsoft often displays a full-screen message urging users to switch to Bing and Edge.
Additionally, Microsoft has begun controlling Chrome searches in Bing to offer a prepared response that appears to be produced by Microsoft’s GPT-4-powered chatbot. The fictitious AI interaction generated an entire Bing website to completely replace Chrome’s search results and persuade Windows users to continue with Edge and Bing.