(Pictured) Windows 10 Start Menu now recommends new Edge for Firefox users

The Windows 10 operating system is full of ads that recommend and convince you to use Microsoft’s services or marketplace apps, and the main area where ads appear is the Start menu. By default, the Start menu “recommends” users who are not installed on-premises Microsoft Store apps and services, and now starts displaying text ads for The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge.

(Pictured) Windows 10 Start Menu now recommends new Edge for Firefox users

The ad appears in the “Recommended” list of the Start menu and recommends that users use the new Edge browser. Surprisingly, the target group of the ad is not Chrome, but Firefox and other browsers, and the text ad is random, sometimes not.

“Still use Firefox?” the text ad reads. Try Microsoft Edge” and include a download link to the Chromium-based Edge browser. Fortunately, if you don’t want to see these recommended ads, you can disable ad push on Windows 10 with some system tweaks.

(Pictured) Windows 10 Start Menu now recommends new Edge for Firefox users

The setup is by turning on the settings, then navigating to Personalization, and then disabling the following options: Occasionally, the suggestions appear in the Start menu