Edge Browser

With the increasing useof internet, the major development is happing on the browser front. Google Chromeis the browser which has been widely used by many internet users. But onebrowser which is struggling to make the mark, even though it comes integratedwith popular Windows 10 platform, yes you heard it correct we are talking aboutthe Edge browser. As per the reports, Microsoft is all set to kill the edge browserand replace it with some new Chrome based browser.

With new figures showing that only 4% of web users using Edge to surf the internet, could Microsoft beabout to turn its back on the troubled browser? Things certainly look as thoughthey might.

Microsoft is working on a new default browser for Windows 10. Reports in The Verge and Windows Centralsay that Microsoft is close to announcing new Chromium-based browser very soon.The reports don’t mention what will happen to Edge once this new browser(currently codenamed Anaheim) launches.

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Like a lot of the software that Google develops, Chrome is open source. Well, not exactly. The Google Chrome web browser isn’t open source, but the Chromium code that sits at the heart of it is. This means that any developer can take the code that Google used to make Google Chrome and use it to make their own web browser. This system has led to some interesting browsers becoming available, all similar toGoogle Chrome in many ways, but also offering their own unique flavors based on the Chrome experience. Some could even be said to be better than Chrome itself, depending on how you want your browser to behave and what you want to use it for.

If we talk about the edge browser, Microsoft did a great job with the browser. They packed it full of useful features to help anybody wanting to browse the internet. It is much better than its predecessor, Internet Explorer, which has been drowning in problems for years. The issue now is that no one is really using Microsoft’s shiny new browser.

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All this development has raised many questions, Edge browser will be replaced completely? Or the newbrowser will take the name of Edge? Many such question are there which will beanswered with time. Stay tuned to Viral Mobile Tech for all the further developments.

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