If you prefer using Chrome as your default browser, you might want to set it as the default browser for your Outlook links as well. This can be done easily on Windows 10 by following a few simple steps.
First, go to the Settings on your Windows 10 PC. You can either find it in the app list or search for it using the search bar. Once you’re in the Settings, look for the “Default apps” option and click on it. This will open up the default apps settings.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and look for the “Web browser” option. Here, you’ll see the current default browser for your Outlook links and other links. In most cases, it will be Microsoft Edge. Click on it and choose Google Chrome from the list of available browsers.
The next step is to go to the “Choose default apps by protocol” option. This will open up the protocol settings. Look for the “HTTP” and “HTTPS” protocols, which are the link protocols. Here, you’ll see the default application for these protocols. If you don’t see Chrome as an option, click on “Choose a default” and select Chrome.
Once you’ve set Chrome as the default browser for both the “Web browser” and “HTTP/HTTPS” protocols, your Outlook links will open in Chrome automatically. You don’t need to save anything as it will be saved automatically.
By following the above steps, you can easily change the default browser for your Outlook links on Windows 10. This will save you time and make your browsing experience more seamless.