Microsoft said last night that it is updating the Android version of Edge so that it can sync with the new Edge in Windows 10.
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Like Google Chrome, the new Edge provides a Flags interface that lets you use experimental new features before they’re ready.
Whether you’re coming from classic Edge, Chrome, or some other browser, the new Edge is probably missing a feature you need.
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In the new Microsoft Edge, PWAs, other web apps, and web pages of any kind can be used like native Windows applications.
I suspect that even fans of classic Edge will appreciate how the On Startup and New Tab behavior has changed in the new Edge.
Firefox has a new beta that runs on Windows 10 ARM laptops and it will help make the transition to ARM-based devices a little bit easier.
Those coming from classic Edge may find Favorites management in the new Edge a bit unfamiliar. But Chrome users will feel right at home.
Those moving to the new Edge will find more modern and diverse ways to obtain and manage extensions.
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Classic Edge allows users to block all web-based automatically playing media. This isn’t possible with the new Edge, at least not yet.
Many are impressed with the first pre-release versions of the new Microsoft Edge, but there are still some functional gaps.
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In memory of the beloved Microsoft consumer products and services that have been ripped from our cold, dead hands.
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