The Register is reporting that Microsoft is about to test a new feature in Windows 10 that will force users to use the Edge browser in certain circumstances. In the upcoming Insider preview build 17623, people in the "Skip Ahead" ring will be testing a change that makes it where links clicked on in the Windows Mail app will open in Edge. The reason? Microsoft still thinks Edge is the most bestest browser. Microsoft really hasn't gotten the hint yet that no one likes Edge. I tried it for a while on my severely underpowered Windows 10 tablet, and it was a bit faster than Chrome, but the features and navigation were just something I couldn't live with. We will have to keep an eye on its marketshare and see if this forced approach makes anyone use it, or just makes people stop using Windows Mail. For Windows Insiders in the Skip Ahead ring, we will begin testing a change where links clicked on within the Windows Mail app will open in Microsoft Edge, which provides the best, most secure and consistent experience on Windows 10 and across your devices. With built-in features for reading, note-taking, Cortana integration, and easy access to services such as SharePoint and OneDrive, Microsoft Edge enables you to be more productive, organized and creative without sacrificing your battery life or security. As always, we look forward to feedback from our WIP community.