Itís not a secret that Googleís isnít quite a supporter of Microsoftís modern platforms, be they Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Phone, or Windows 10 Mobile, but more recently, the company is making some changes that seem to target directly users of Redmondís operating system.
For example, users of Microsoft Edge, the new Windows 10 default browser replacing Internet Explorer, see the old-style layout of the Google search page, whereas all other browsers, including here Chrome, Firefox, or Opera, are provided with the modern layout.
Furthermore, if you load Google Search in Microsoft Edge and change the user agent to whatever browser you want, the page refreshes and loads the modern style design.
The difference between the old and the new layout on Googleís search page pretty much comes down to the toolbar at the top of the site, which allows you to access other Google services, as well as your Google account settings. In Microsoft Edge, the toolbar extends to the whole screen, and links are posted on black background, while in any other browser, all these options are aligned to the right and have no background.