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Google brings a Chrome. installer. to the Microsoft Store

One year ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / The app, in all its glory.
In an effort to further diminish Edge's role as "the browser you use to install Chrome," Google has published a Chrome installer application to the Microsoft Store. Install that app, and it'll download and install Chrome for you.
Chrome itself is not a Store app. While Microsoft has developed a system, "Centennial," for packaging existing Windows applications and distributing them through the Store-a convenient capability, as it provides centralized upgrading and clean uninstallation-Google is not using that for Chrome. The Chrome that gets installed is...
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