So whats this thing about Broswer Choice to start with ? Well you can read more about it here.
So if you would like to block this behaviour like most enterprise organisations want to do. There is a way to block that this updates comes into play. You simply just need to add a registry value to your machines. If the registry key is present the users will not experience the Browser Choice experience on that machine.
Registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareBrowserChoice
Value Name: Enabled
Value Type: DWORD
Possible Values: 1 Display browser choice update
0 Do not display browser choice update
There are different ways of adding it , choose the method that suites your environment best.If you just want to test it on your own machine simply run this command , and verify that the reg value is there.
reg add HKLMSoftwareBrowserChoice /v Enable /t REG_DWORD /d 0×00000000 /f
So what machines will this update be displayed on? It will be targeted to machines with the corresponding regional settings as European Union and is a Client OS so it wont be deployed to servers.