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Neither Microsoft nor Google looks good in this Chrome-installer squabble
Ars Technica
Google built a little application that downloaded and installed Chrome, and the company submitted that application to the Microsoft Store. Because the Microsoft Store actually imposes minimal verification or validation of submitted applications
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Published On: Wed, Dec 20th, 2017

Neither Microsoft nor Google looks good in this Chrome-installer squabble – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

Neither Microsoft nor Google looks good in this Chrome-installer squabble
Ars Technica
Google built a little application that downloaded and installed Chrome, and the company submitted that application to the Microsoft Store. Because the Microsoft Store actually imposes minimal verification or validation of submitted applications ...
Chime in: Should Microsoft release a 'Windows TV?'Windows Central
Google Tries Mocking Microsoft Edge, Gets Pummeled By Users InsteadEconoTimes
Microsoft removed a 'useless' Google app from its store for violating its policiesBusiness Insider Australia
GkMen
all 14 news articles »

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