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How To Take Full Page Screenshots In Microsoft Edge
If you use Microsoft Edge and want to know how to take full page screenshots, then you’ve come to the right place as this guide will show you the quick and simple steps you can take to do just that.

Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla Will Work Together On Browser Extensions
When it comes to browser extensions, due to the fact that not all browsers are built using the same platform, it means that some extensions are available for some browsers while others are not. However, even the developers who do bother to create extensions for multiple types of browsers, updating it can be a hassle.

Microsoft Edge Is Asking Users To Make Bing Their Default Search Engine
If you use Microsoft Edge, by default its search engine will be Bing. This shouldn’t be surprising as Bing is owned by Microsoft, but users are free to dive into the settings to change it to Yahoo or Google or something else. However, in the latest update to Edge, it seems that Microsoft is constantly bugging users to switch the default search back to Bing.

Support For Internet Explorer On Windows 10 Ends In 2022
Internet Explorer has gotten a bad rap over the years compared to other browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. So much so that when Microsoft launched Windows 10, the company opted to rebrand their browser to Edge. So what does this mean for Internet Explorer moving forwards?


Microsoft Edge Will Soon Let You Send Tabs From Your PC To Android
One of the features of Google’s Chrome browser is that you can send pages from your computer to your phone. This is useful if you have a website you were reading halfway and want to continue to read on your mobile device. Now it looks like Microsoft’s Edge browser will let you do the same with browser tabs.

Microsoft Edge Browser Gets A Kids Mode
The internet can be a wonderful place filled with all sorts of educational information, but it can also be a dangerous place with questionable content. If you’re a parent with a kid and you’re trying to protect their online activities, then Microsoft might be able to help with its Edge browser that they’ve recently updated with a Kids Mode.

Microsoft Promises Edge Browser Will Receive Frequent Updates
To help themselves stay relevant and to continuously offer up new and improved features and better security, Google has promised that they will update its Chrome browser every four weeks. However, it seems that Microsoft is also going to follow in Google’s footsteps and have announced a similar schedule for its Edge browser.

Microsoft Ends Support For Legacy Edge, Will Replace It Next Month
When Microsoft first launched Windows 10, they also introduced a new browser in the form of Edge, a departure from Internet Explorer that has been the staple of Windows for years. However, Edge did not live a very long and fruitful life, or at least that particular variant because not too long after, Microsoft rebuilt Edge using Chromium which replaced the original version.

Microsoft Testing Its Edge Browser On Xbox Consoles
If you truly want the most feature-rich experience of a browser, then you probably need to use the one on your computer. This is because even on mobile, certain features available on desktop aren’t supported, like extensions, for example. This gets progressively worse on other devices such as consoles, in which browsers are there for the basic stuff.

Microsoft Edge Will Get Smarter At Handling Website Notifications
We’re sure that you’ve come across many websites that prompt you whether or not you want to receive notifications. This is a useful feature if there are websites that you follow and want to get updates from, but at the same time, it can be annoying to see that request popup everytime you visit a website.

Microsoft Edge Gets A New Kids Mode
With there being so much content on the internet, we totally get it if parents are a bit wary and skeptical about having their kids surf the web without any kind of supervision. However, if you’re a parent and want to better protect your kid from the darker corners of the web, Microsoft’s Edge browser could be worth looking into.

Microsoft Will Uninstall The Old Edge Browser From Windows Computers Starting April 13
While Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has improved by leaps and bounds over the years, it seemed like the stigma from the old days was too hard to shake, which resulted in Microsoft opting to create a new browser called Edge. However, even then that did not last long as Microsoft later rebuilt Edge using the Chromium platform.

Microsoft Edge Will Now Tell You When Your Passwords Are Compromised
If you happen to use Microsoft Edge as your browser of choice, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has recently issued an update to the browser. This update will introduce a new security feature where if it detects that you have a password that has been compromised, it will warn you about it.

M1 Compatible Microsoft Edge Now In Beta
Thanks to the Rosetta 2 translation software, Apple’s M1-powered Macs can run x86 based software. Obviously having native software would be ideal, but at the same time, we suppose we’ll have to give developers more time to create native M1 apps. That being said, it seems that some are wasting no time in doing so.

Microsoft Will Force Internet Explorer Users To Open Some Links In Edge
Now that Edge has become more or less the default browser on Windows computers, Microsoft would obviously love if more users to use it. There are obvious improvements made to Edge that make it a better choice over Internet Explorer, but we understand that some users might simply be too used to using IE and might be stubbornly keeping to it.

Microsoft Edge Now Lets You Compare Prices While You Shop
One of the joys of shopping online is that you get to browse multiple retailers at the same time to find yourself the best deal. This is versus physical retail stores and check out the prices one at a time, which can be a time-consuming process and could take you days, or even weeks to find the best deal.

Internet Explorer 11 Support Will End In 2021
When Microsoft launched Windows 10, they introduced a new browser designed to replace Internet Explorer in the form of Edge. For those who might still be using Internet Explorer, for whatever reasons, you might want to take note that the company has recently announced that support for Internet Explorer 11 will be coming to an end in August 2021.

Microsoft Edge Found To Be Importing Data Before Users Give It Permission
Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser has started to roll out to users, and we imagine that given how much of a memory hog Google’s Chrome browser is, some users might be looking to make the switch. To make things easier for users, Microsoft has given users the option to import their browser data from other browsers to Edge.

Future Versions Of Chrome Will Be Less Of A Memory Hog
One of the main criticisms of Google’s Chrome browser is that it is a memory hog. While the browser is fantastic and the integration of your Google account makes it a breeze to use, it can be quite demanding in terms of memory which can affect users who are using less powerful computers with less RAM.

Microsoft’s Chromium Edge Browser Is Now Rolling Out In Windows Update
Last year, Microsoft announced plans to revamp its Edge browser by building it using the Chromium framework. For those who are curious about the browser, you’ll be pleased to learn that the browser will now be available on Windows 10 thanks to the latest update to Windows 10 in which the updated browser is included in the update.