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See what EDGE blocked LOL

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I just downloaded and installed in Microsoft store and Edge blocked Bing app hahaha

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Because it changes search engine

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Best Response confirmed by TrueGame (Frequent Contributor)
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It's perfectly normal. you don't want Microsoft discriminate and give their own extensions special treatment, that's why there is the warning there.
There was an option in the Edge settings: edge://settings/privacy
that would warn when an extension tried to change search engine, NTP and other areas, I don't see it in my Edge canary, maybe it's because of the controlled feature roll-out, but it was there.