Mastering Downloads in the Chromium Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge has evolved a lot, there’s no doubt about that, and the migration to the Chromium engine is what allowed the whole thing in the first place.
The switch from EdgeHTML to Chromium was a controversial decision that many didn’t like, especially as the same engine is used by Google and Google Chrome.
But right now, Microsoft Edge is a fully-featured browser that allows you to do pretty much everything you can do in other browsers, including Google’s very own Chrome.
One of the things that have greatly improved in Edge is the way you manage downloads, as the experience is very similar to the one in Google Chrome. And because so many people are already used to who things already work in Chrome, simply because this is currently the world’s number one desktop browser, it’s pretty clear the experience overall is also more straightforward in Edge as well.
First and foremost, in Microsoft Edge, whenever you start a new download, the browser launches a download… (read more)
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