How to Enable Internet Explorer Mode in Chromium Microsoft Edge
The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is still a work-in-progress, and while users can download preview builds of the browser on Windows 10 and macOS, there are a lot of features that aren’t yet ready for testing.
One of Microsoft’s priorities in the Chromium Microsoft Edge project is retaining the familiar feeling of the original browser, which should make it possible for Windows users to migrate quite easily.
As a result, the software giant wants not only the new browser to look like the version it replaces, but also to boast a similar feature lineup.
And this helps the company shoot two birds with one stone. First, users would feel like home when installing the new Edge browser, and second, it guarantees more consistency on the Windows platform.
At the same time, Microsoft is also trying to provide enterprises with a rich set of compatibility solutions that would help them continue using their existing apps and services despite migrating to a new browser.
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