What Is The Name Of Microsoft’s New Web Browser For Windows?

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I have started to use Windows laptops. Earlier I used to use Apple laptops. The Microsoft new web browser seems good. Can someone tell me more about it?

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What Is The Name Of Microsoft’s New Web Browser For Windows?

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The new web browser launched by Microsoft is called Microsoft Edge. Edge is a lightweight and fast web browser designed for Windows 10 based computers. With this new browser, Microsoft has made a paradigm shift from its legacy browser which is the Internet Explorer. It provides all the additional capabilities that all new browsers in its league possess like Chrome, Safari and Mozilla Firefox. You can download the browser from Microsoft’s official website.

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What Is The Name Of Microsoft’s New Web Browser For Windows?

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If you want to know the latest web browser from Microsoft, that is the Microsoft Edge. Codenamed “Spartan,” Microsoft Edge is a web browser developed by Microsoft and ships with Microsoft Windows 10, Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile, and Xbox One. Unfortunately, it will only work on Windows 10 both 32-bit and 64-bit.

Microsoft Edge web browser

So, if you are wondering if you can install it on Windows 8.x or earlier, unfortunately, you cannot. Microsoft Edge replaces Microsoft Internet Explorer as the default web browser on all Microsoft device classes. This latest browser is designed to be lightweight, according to Microsoft, with layout engine built around web standards. Among its new features include annotation tools, reading mode, and the integration of Cortana.

Unlike the previous Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers that support ActiveX, Microsoft Edge doesn’t. Like any other browsers that support extensions, plug-ins, or add-ons, Microsoft Edge also supports extensions which are distributed via the Windows Store. Microsoft Edge also has a built-in Adobe Flash Player, PDF reader, and supports asm.js.

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