Microsoft has been quietly developing its new Edge browser this year, enlisting the help of Insiders to test this refreshed browser that come preinstalled with Windows 10 as the default choice.
If there’s one statement no one would oppose, it’s that Microsoft Edge is still very rough around the edges. The default Windows 10 web browser could do with a feature or two dozen. Years after its debut, Edge still lacks a full-screen option. Normally, you would expect a modern web browser to come with a … Read more
In a new partnership that is sure to benefit developers, Microsoft and BrowserStack have teamed up to provide web developers free testing capabilities for the Windows 10 web browser. Three different versions of Edge are on offer here. Two stable, and one preview. Redmond aims to provide developers with the two most recent stable releases … Read more
Guess you can’t fault the browser too much, what with Windows 10 barely moving the needle these days. Microsoft Edge, just like the OS, has slowed down when it comes to adoption. The operating system, as a matter of pure fact, witnessed another decline this past month. And as a direct consequence, Edge, the new … Read more
This is downright the best way to present these things. Microsoft has, so far been, rather subdued when talking about the new features coming to Windows 10 in the Creators Update. Understandably. While Redmond confirmed many of these additions last year, the fact that these new options and features are currently in development means that … Read more
The Microsoft Edge web browser has had a smashing start to the year, getting improved security in the recently released build 15002, while also starting to block Flash by default. Which is to say, the click-to-run behavior for Flash based content is now available with build 15002. And will be rolled out to everyone with … Read more