Here’s the Living Proof Microsoft Edge Has to Go
The most recent speculation regarding Microsoft’s long-term Windows plans suggests that the software giant may give up on Microsoft Edge in the upcoming 19H1 feature update for the operating system.
Instead of improving Microsoft Edge, the Redmond-based company may just abandon the browser and develop a new replacement from scratch.
Microsoft’s new browser would be based on the Chromium engine, so essentially, the firm is building its very own version of the Chrome browser. At this point, Google Chrome is the number one browser worldwide with a share of over 60 percent on the desktop.
Microsoft’s idea of creating a Chromium-based browser makes sense at some level, especially because until now Edge has pretty much failed to gain traction and it remained very far behind all of its rivals.
But it m… (read more)