Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 and Windows 11 has again flagged ChromeSetup.exe – the installation file for Google’s famous Chrome browser – as potentially harmful. Microsoft Edge’s built-in security feature suggests users delete ChromeSetup.exe and try Edge via multiple pop-up messages.
Windows Latest understands Microsoft Edge 116 has incorrectly flagged ChromeSetup.exe as potentially harmful. This appears to be a mistake, and only some users see it. In our tests, we observed the error in one out of five Microsoft Edge 116 stable installations.
As you can see in the screenshots below, when downloading Chrome using Microsoft Edge, a warning message pops up: “ChromeSetup.exe could harm your device. Do you want to keep it anyway?” with options to either “Keep” or “Delete” the downloaded file. If you select “Keep”, you can open the installer, but if you click “Delete”, Microsoft removes the file.
Source : WindowLatest
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