The Microsoft Rewards Program is seemingly back to normal, with users getting up to 30 points per reward again

naddy69

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"Consequently, several users highlighted that they no longer found Microsoft's Chromium-based browser Edge useful, further indicating that they were mainly using the browser because of Microsoft Rewards."

Translation: Some number of people are only using Edge because they are paid to do so. Rather than lose users, MS will continue to pay people to use Edge.

Not exactly a ringing endorsement for Edge.

Personally, I use Edge all the time when I am using Windows. I have all the rewards/tracking/Copliot stuff turned off, so I am not being paid to use it.
 

TheFerrango

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"Consequently, several users highlighted that they no longer found Microsoft's Chromium-based browser Edge useful, further indicating that they were mainly using the browser because of Microsoft Rewards."

Translation: Some number of people are only using Edge because they are paid to do so. Rather than lose users, MS will continue to pay people to use Edge.

Not exactly a ringing endorsement for Edge.

Personally, I use Edge all the time when I am using Windows. I have all the rewards/tracking/Copliot stuff turned off, so I am not being paid to use it.
I know I am. Or to be more precise, I'm using Bing because I'm been "paid" to. Firefox is still my browser for personal use, and Edge is the default for anything work related.
 

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