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16 Mar, 2024
1 min time to read

The intrusive ads promise free Copilot tokens but annoy users trying to browse the web on Windows 10 and 11.

These ads are aggressive, trying to convince Chrome users to make Bing their main search engine. If users click "Yes," Bing becomes the default search engine, thanks to the installation of a Bing Search Chrome extension.

But Chrome fights back with its own warning pop-up, asking if users really want to make Bing their default. Meanwhile, Windows sends another notification, urging users not to change back to their old settings if they want to keep using Bing Al features.

This clash shows the intense competition between companies like Microsoft and Google in the world of AI and search engines. Users are caught in the middle, bombarded with annoying pop-ups while trying to browse.

Microsoft defends the ads, saying they're just giving users a choice.