Microsoft replaces Internet Explorer

We knew that Internet Explorer was dead.

We knew a successor was coming.

Now we know that Microsoft’s new browser is called Microsoft Edge.

Just announced at the company’s build conference, Edge will be the primary/default browser built into Windows 10.

Details are still light on of what’s unique to Edge, but here’s what we know:
* It has built in Cortana support
* It has built-in reader, note-taking, and sharing features
* The design focuses on simplicity and minimalism
* The rendering engine is called EdgeHTML

At Proweb, Malta, we hope that the new Microsoft’s browser will be faster compared to Internet Explorer and as good as Google Chrome or Firefox.

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