Edge is pretty great, but why does it have massive context menus with what seems to me, at least, duplicate entries? One such thing is having two search options in the context menu. Begone, I say!
Microsoft Edge beta for iOS on the iPad has received a new update which includes split view capability. It lets users view two websites at the same time when using the Apple tablet in landscape mode.
Microsoft introduced an experimental feature in its Edge browser for Insiders running preview builds, which can make the browser even faster. But so far it's been disabled by default.
A few days ago Microsoft showed that its Edge browser was the best when it comes to battery usage. But now Opera is disputing those claims with its own test, while Microsoft is still claiming it won.
Bing has rolled out improvements to its image search functionality on the web, in Microsoft Office, and Edge, including an updated search experience and an "Ask Cortana" option for images on webpages.
Microsoft will return to San Francisco a year after it held its first 'Spartan' Web Summit, shortly before it was renamed to Edge. The one day event will allow developers to meet with the Edge team.
A mock-up page for where Microsoft Edge's extensions will be tested by Windows Insiders appears to have been accidentally made public revealing two possible extensions that may be ready at launch.
While Windows 10 Build 10568 seems to have very little in terms of actual new features, the build does reveal that Microsoft really wants Windows users to be loyal to its default apps.
Microsoft is soldiering on with Windows 10 and will bring at least two new enhancements to the Edge browser from build 10551, those being synchronized bookmarks and multi-instances.
In the near future, Skype users will be able to make voice and video calls natively within the Edge browser without the need to install a plug-in. The feat is possible thanks to new ORTC API preview.
For those that have been waiting, the time has finally come: Windows 10 arrives on the Xbox One. At 6pm PST, Microsoft will push the update to those in the Xbox Preview program.
Microsoft has once again stated publicly that it has no plan to open-source its upcoming Edge browser. Many would have viewed that as a very positive move both for the browser and for the company.