The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is the new default browser for Windows 10. Even though it is a decent web browser, the improved copy and paste feature introduced by Microsoft is annoying for many users.In this article, we will take a look at how to disable the new URL copy and paste feature.What’s the Problem with the New Copy and Paste feature?Usually, when you copy and paste the URL from the […]
Microsoft has been working on the Mac version of its Edge web browser for several months now. The company has finally released a preview version of the browser so that those who are interested in testing it out can see just how far along this project has come. Microsoft is now letting Mac users to download a preview version of Edge for macOS.
Microsoft has confirmed some new changes for the Chromium-based Edge browser that it has been working on. One of the biggest additions is an “IE Mode” for Edge which basically means that Microsoft’s legacy Internet Explorer browser would be built into the new Edge. While you may have stopped using Internet Explorer a long time back, the browser is still required by many businesses to load internal sites.
Microsoft confirmed a few months ago that it’s building a Chromium-powered version of its Edge browser. The company has announced today that the browser is officially available for testing. It’s releasing early builds to developers today with both Canary and Developer builds receiving daily or weekly updates with the changes that are in the pipeline for Edge.
Microsoft announced last week that it’s moving to the Chromium open source project for its Edge browser. What that means is that Microsoft’s browser is now going to be built using the same web rendering engine that Google uses for the Chrome. This has led to many questions, one of the biggest being whether Edge will get Chrome extensions support as well. Microsoft has replied in what seems to be […]
It was reported a few days ago that Microsoft could be building a Chrome-based browser for Windows 10. The company today announced that it’s embracing the Chromium open source project for its web browser. This means that Microsoft’s browser will now be built on the same web rendering engine that Google uses for its popular Chrome browser. The company says it will become a significant contributor to the Chromium project […]
Whether you are using a friend’s or your parents’ computer, or you just plainly wish to keep your online tracks secret, private browsing is always a good option – a feature supported by all major web browsers.
Microsoft has announced that it has now added the Web Authentication specification in Microsoft Edge. This will enable more secure user experiences which eliminate the need for passwords and adds support for safer access control methods such as biometrics. It will enable Edge users to sign in with their face, fingerprint, a PIN or portable FIDO2 devices.
Microsoft has added a new feature to its Edge browser for iOS and Android that’s going to appeal to those who don’t like seeing a lot of ads when they surf the internet. The company has revealed that it’s building Adblock Plus into its Edge browser which means that this popular ad-blocking extension will now be part and parcel of Edge for iOS and Android.
It was revealed not too long ago that Microsoft’s Edge browser would soon be released for the iPad and Android tablets. The company released a preview of Edge for iPad earlier this month. The brief beta testing period is now over as Microsoft has rolled out the latest updates for the Edge app on iOS and Android which brings full support for tablets on the platforms.
Microsoft’s Edge browser is much better compared to Internet Explorer but a lot of people still use third-party browsers such as Chrome on Windows 10 machines. However, Microsoft is testing a new method that will essentially force users to open Edge. The company is essentially going to force Windows 10 Mail users to use the Edge browser for links clicked on within the email client.
The first screen (or tab) that you observe while launching a browser is the “homepage.” You may even refer to it as the start page of your browser. As per your preference, you may set it to anything you like. It could be a blank window, a search engine, or a blog.To save time, you should set your favorite website on the Internet as your homepage. Fret not; it is very […]
Earlier this week, Google disclosed a security flaw in the Microsoft Edge web browser after the company didn’t patch the exploit in time. For the second time in a week, the company has disclosed an exploit in Windows 10 that Microsoft has not patched. Google has done the same thing today, its Project Zero team of security researchers has disclosed a security flaw in Windows 10 that Microsoft didn’t patch […]
Imagine finding yourself in a situation when you’re giving a presentation about your company’s products and have to use a competitor’s product just to get through your presentation because a similar product from your company fails. That’s precisely the situation a Microsoft engineer found himself in recently. He had to hit pause on his Azure presentation in a live demo session and install Google Chrome because Microsoft’s very own Edge […]
It was reported earlier this week that Microsoft’s Edge browser could soon go multi-platform. The very next day, Microsoft officially announced that it was launching Edge for iOS and Android. Edge was initially released for iOS and Microsoft said that the Android version would arrive shortly. Today, it has rolled out Microsoft Edge for Android and it’s now available for download.
We reported yesterday that the Microsoft Edge browser might be launched for iOS and Android later this month. Redmond has officially confirmed this today. Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android has been officially announced today. Microsoft Edge for iOS is available today in preview while the Android version will also be available in preview “soon.”
Microsoft Edge, the new browser that the company built from the ground up for Windows 10, might be released for iOS and Android soon. Rumor has it that Microsoft is going to make its Edge browser multi-platform by the end of this year. Bear in mind that these are just rumors at this point in time, there has been no indication as yet from Microsoft which could suggest that Edge […]
Microsoft revealed the latest usage figures for Microsoft Edge at its Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017 event in Seattle today. The head of the company’s Microsoft Edge web ecosystem team Charles Morris revealed that Edge is now being used on more than 330 million active devices across the globe. Usage has almost doubled since the last time Microsoft shared figures with the public.
Microsoft is likely going to announce Windows 10 Cloud at its event tomorrow. Windows 10 Cloud is believed to be a new version of the operating system that’s going to run apps made for the Windows Store. It’s going to be Microsoft’s answer to Chromebooks. To better compete against Chromebooks, Microsoft is reportedly going to separate Microsoft Edge updates from Windows 10 OS updates.
Microsoft decided to leave the infamous Internet Explorer browser in the past with Windows 10 as the new OS came with a new browser that it build from scratch. The Microsoft Edge web browser is admittedly a lot better than IE, but was it good enough for people to dump the likes of Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Mozilla Firefox? Statistics from Net Marketshare tell a different story.