Apparently, the company has just tested this possibility.
Microsoft stopped obsessively recommending a standard browser Edge when trying to install third-party browsers. The warning was lost in the next beta version of Windows 10. This was noticed in The Verge.
Apparently, Microsoft has no plans to include an obsessive notice in the final version of a major October update of Windows 10. However, as noted in the publication, it is likely that the company tested this feature for the next versions.
September 13, users of the beta version of Windows 10 found that the system interrupts the installation of third-party browsers, such as Chrome or Firefox, and suggests using the “fast and secure” Microsoft Edge instead. Prior to this, Microsoft has more than once promoted its browser among users to the detriment of competitors, for example, showing special notifications on the taskbar.