One of Microsoft’s latest top products is a transformed version of Microsoft Edge that runs on Chromium, the same engine that powers the world’s currently most-used browser Google Chrome.
By migrating to Chromium, Microsoft can solve a series of challenges that the EdgeHTML-based sibling had a hard time coping with, and one of them is the huge ecosystem of extensions already available for users.
Because yes, once Microsoft Edge completes the transition to Chromium, it should support absolutely all Google Chrome extensions, just like all the other browsers running on the same engine.
Earlier today, an experimental version of the new Microsoft Edge made the rounds, allowing us to try out the browser before Microsoft releases a preview build for all users.
And after using the application for several hours, I’m impressed. No… (read more)
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