Microsoft Edge is What’s Wrong with Windows 10 (Premium)


I spent most of the long weekend updating the Microsoft Edge chapter in the Windows 10 Field Guide for the October 2018 Update. And now I don't know what to think.

As you may know, I've reevaluated Microsoft Edge with each passing release of Windows 10, noting how it's improved, often dramatically, in each version. I've also spent a lot of time ruminating over what Microsoft Edge should be, a debate that basically boils down to whether Edge should be "detached" from the operating system so that it can be updated more frequently.

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