Years after we all jumped ship from Internet Explorer to Firefox and Chrome, we don’t really want to go back to a Microsoft browser, do we? While buggy and slow when it first appeared, Microsoft Edge has been given a continuing stream of new features and updates that make it worthy of your consideration now. Below are nine of our favorite additions that make it a worthy replacement for your current browser. We’ve been using Microsoft Edge exclusively for the last week, and can confirm it’s actually not as bad as you might expect—at least not after you’ve migrated all your bookmarks, browsing history, and passwords over, which Edge can do for you in a few clicks. Based on our own experience and the experiences of others, Edge is still lagging behind Chrome in terms of speed, but the gap isn’t hugely noticeable most of the time. And while Chrome continues to clean up its act in terms of resource hogging, Edge does well here too—as you would expect considering Microsoft develops both the browser and the operating system it runs on. Integrations between Microsoft Edge and Windows 10 continue to get better (such as notifications in the Action Center),… Read full this story
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