A recent change in NetApplications methodology has revealed the disastrous truth of Microsoft Edge usage. By which I mean, there isn't any.
Recent Microsoft Edge Stories
Microsoft formally announced today that Edge for Android and iOS is no longer in preview.
Unlocked from an OS update schedule, Microsoft Edge on mobile is being updated at a rapid clip.
Microsoft's Edge browser now lets you sync your passwords across your Windows 10 device and your iPhone.
Those testing the Microsoft Edge Preview on the iPhone can install version 2.6, adding a number of new features and improvements.
Now the Android version of the Microsoft Edge web browser is now publicly available in preview form too
While I may have solved this problem a bit differently, I do feel that Microsoft is at least bringing Edge to mobile correctly.
Here's a quick look at my first experience using the Microsoft Edge preview on my iPhone 7 Plus.
Microsoft has issued guidance to developers about how they should handle Microsoft Edge on Android and iOS.
Microsoft announced this morning that it is bringing its Microsoft Edge web browser to Android and iOS. Yes, really.
A little over a year after Microsoft Edge first gained extension support, there are now over 70 extensions available.
Good news for those who missed last week's Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017: You can now watch the sessions.
Microsoft has made a curious claim about Microsoft Edge usage this week. Allow me to introduce the cold reality of math.
Microsoft Edge just picked up a key extension on which I rely every day: Grammarly is now available for Microsoft's web browser.
Each major new version of Windows 10 includes dramatic functional improvements to Microsoft Edge.