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Ok, HOW I can remove Microsoft Edge from windows?

And how I can change completely language to another? Just changed from my native -> English. And now half of apps are in my native and half is in English?

And lastly is this true? Microsoft spams some f*cking Candy ____ saga games on menu selection all the time??

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  • 5
    Can't remove edge.

    Why would you need to? Just don't use it and that's that. If you can't ignore a software you don't use, that's kinda sad.
  • 2
    @Stuxnet No it's not, it's called control. But that's my smallest problem now.
  • 6
    @amatrelan see here’s the thing. Edge isn’t just a browser program in windows. Edge and parts of it run everything from the settings menu to file explorer to grove music to the App Store. It’s embedded deep and the browser is just one manifestation of the parts.
  • 0
    @Stuxnet One reason is that when you search for a file in the start "menu" and it doesnt exist it opens edge to search for it om Bing (:
  • 1
    @hypervtechnics Then don't search from the start menu. Can truthfully say I never use that unless I'm searching for a program I know is installed.
  • 0
    @jeeper ok, well my next question would have been how I can remove that groovy? but got again bigger problems, windows update installed and now screen rotation is *ucked up. Should go now "portait" but it's on landscape... And when I put tablet to landscape it goes Portait(flipped)...
  • 3
    @Stuxnet "then don't use it"... It's pretty useful but MS can't resist (as usual) to force the user to use their browser I dont wanna use... There is no reason against opening the default browser searching with the set default search engine... Nevertheless I coded a tool to kill edge when smth like this happens. Then I dont have to close this shit manually.
  • 0
    @jeeper wut? Never heard bigger BULLSHIT in my life. Internet Explorer does have that issue though and thats the main reason its still included in windows 10. But they are working on fixing it.

    About removing edge, it is possible just dont know how myself.
  • 1
    There is a way to remove it via powershell iirc, but I don't remember the details
  • 0
    @Codex404 they may be working on fixing it but there was heavy coupling at one point.
  • 4
    A simple fix. Migrate to Linux. If not, then you'll have to tolerate edge and the translation issue. You'll get used to it eventually.
  • 2
    @Michelle You just said it for me. Thanks.
  • 0
    But still. Use Linux !!!!!
  • 1
    @Michelle Yeah, seems to be only option, sadly this laptop is some funky tablet what has 32bit uefi and 64bit core?! Well it's not big deal swap uefi in linux boot. Is there any DE what is good with touch screen? Only used i3 last few years so I don't have any idea what would work
  • 0
    @amatrelan Cant you rotate via STRG+ALT+ARROW KEYS?
  • 0
    @gitreflog Tablet, no keyboard at all (there was one but not anymore).
  • 1
    @amatrelan
    Unity and GNOME are great for touch screens.
  • 1
    @Michelle Unity seems to be dying breed so will test that Gnome then. Thanks, now learning how that grub uefi is breathing so know how to swap it over...
  • 0
    @RantSomeWhere Nah will install just Linux and won't bother with Windows
  • 0
    @jeeper never for edge, edge has always been a seperate thing. On industrial windows versions you dont even have fucking edge....

    Next time dont tell fucking lies.
  • 0
    @RantSomeWhere no need to use linux, can be done within windows.
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