On Tuesday Windows users were in a state of shock and surprise as Google quietly released the Chrome Installer app on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 Store. But a very strange thing is that Microsoft did not let it last long on the store and app was taken back just few hours after its release due to violation of its store policies as described by the Microsoft in a statement.
The browser is not available for download from the Microsoft Store making things worse for Windows 10 users who are limited to the Microsoft Store for installation of all the apps.
Microsoft and Google have been fighting the browser war or long now. Windows 10 in August last year had urged users to ditch using Google Chrome and switch on to using Edge as Edge browser offers more than 2 hours battery life that of Google Chrome as told by Microsoft this year in August. Microsoft had also slammed Google for poor YouTube experience on Windows Phone way back in 2013.
Recently Google Chrome announced that it would make sure that an ad blocker comes on the browser from 15th February 2018. This move comes after Google formally joined the Coalition of Better Ads earlier this year.