Edge Battery Life Claims May Be Bad News for Windows 10 on Snapdragon (Premium)


Microsoft is once again claiming that its Edge web browser delivers significantly better battery life than Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. But this has been consistently the case over the past few years, and this advantage has not led to any usage gains.

This may be bad news for Microsoft's efforts to port Windows 10 to the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. As you may know, dramatically better battery life is the key advantage of this chipset over the better-performing hardware made by Intel and AMD.

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