Some of the Windows 10 Threshold 2 users who installed the latest cumulative update claimed it reset their default apps, configuring apps such as Edge and Groove as the one choice for browsing the web and listening to music.
This isn’t the first time this is happening, and Threshold 2 itself did the same thing, while other early Windows 10 adopters claimed similar changes had been made by other cumulative updates too.
But enough is enough, more and more users say, and complaints posted in the Windows 10 Feedback app pretty much speak for themselves, with hundreds of users voting for them to show Microsoft that updates for the new operating system should not reset default apps.
“Please STOP changing my default programs and apps with every upgrade. If I want to use Adobe instead of Edge, that should be MY CHOICE NOT YOURS. This is still MY computer,” one such suggestion that has more than 160 votes in 2 weeks reads.