Microsoft Guts Edge, Adds Chromium to Save Failing Browser

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henrytcasey

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This shouldn't change anything, at least per Microsoft's statement, which includes:

If you’re a Microsoft Edge customer, there is nothing you need to do as the Microsoft Edge you use today isn’t changing.
 

johnrob

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Edge is and has been the only browser installed on my PC since I built it in March. It is just fine.
 

Wolfshadw

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If I had to list my browser preferences in order it would be:

1) Firefox
2) Internet Explorer
3) Chrome
4) Edge

Yes, I know there are other browsers available. I'm (mostly) happy with Firefox.

-Wolf sends
 

aquielisunari

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After 20 years M$ is finally admitting what we've been saying. Hopefully this also means a POSSIBLY more secure experience because (Edge? Chromium? Anaheim?) updates should be made available prior to or separate from comprehensive updates. Will it use less battery power? Will we stop using Edge only to download another browser?
 
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