Chrome today has a market share the same as Internet Explorer had back in 2009, however up until Windows 10 it was still bundled and waved at you on installation (it is still in Windows 10 but depreciated in favour of Edge).
It seems that people only used IE or Edge in recent years to download Chrome and that was it.
It used to be possible to bundle your own apps into a Windows CD you make yourself so if you built your system with it you'd have stuff ready to go rather than having to install it, find and install your drivers, patch it and then install all your other stuff.
You can still do this to an extent if you know what you're doing and if you can be bothered but its far easier just to get your drivers offline on a memory stick or disk beforehand and use something like Ninite to bunch install common stuff you use so there's no need to go anywhere near Edge.
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