In the latest cumulative update that's available in the Release Preview ring for Insiders, those that have Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser will find original Edge hidden in the Start Menu.
Build released to Dev channel fixes underlying issues with Start menu
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The new Edge browser that's coming as part of WIndows 10 is a big departure for Microsoft, as the company shifts focus from its own products to the wider web, and from standards to user experience.
While Microsoft Edge will replace Internet Explorer 11 as the default web browser on its new OS, the company has confirmed that some Windows 10 Enterprise PCs won't get the new browser at all.
Microsoft Edge, also known as Project Spartan, is the company's new browser and one of its big usability issues was fixed in the latest Windows 10 build that just leaked earlier today.
Microsoft is building a new browser called Edge and at a Build Tour event, the company said that it has no plans to bring the next-generation browser to other platforms at this time.
Microsoft is detailing some of the security features that will be coming with the new Edge browser in Windows 10. The company wants to make Edge the fastest, easiest to use and most secure browser.
Last November the IE dev team reached out via Twitter asking for feedback on how it could improve the F12 tools in Internet Explorer, this has now been ported to Edge.
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.
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'Microsoft Edge' is the new name for the browser formerly known as Project Spartan - and now that you've had some time to get used to the revised branding, what do you think of the new name and logo?
Microsoft's new Edge browser has a lot going in its favor including extensions support, but it look like this feature won't be available at launch, but come later as part of an update.
During the Microsoft Edge unveiling at the BUILD conference, the company also revealed that developers can easily port their existing extensions from Chrome or Firefox to Edge with minor modifications
Microsoft has announced the new name for its next-generation web browser. Ditching the 'Project Spartan' development codename, the browser will now be known as 'Microsoft Edge'.
Microsoft has launched a "bug bounty" program for Project Spartan. Project Spartan will be Microsoft's latest browser that will be included in Windows 10. The program will end on July 22, 2015.
Microsoft is planning to host a dev summit for Internet Explorer's successor, Project Spartan, right in Google's backyard. The summit will feature technical sessions and build testing from engineers.
In a blog post, Microsoft have said that "Do Not Track" will not be the default option in browsers going forward in accordance with new standards from the World Wide Web Consortium.
Screenshots of Microsoft's Project Spartan on Windows 10 for phones have been leaked on the web, the images show several changes like "reading lists" and repositioning of the address bar.
Microsoft is opening up and partnering with different companies to make sure Spartan will be competitive once it gets released. The first partnership being made public is between Adobe and Microsoft.
A few days ago, we saw a leak that detailed many different aspects of Microsoft's upcoming Spartan web browser but one thing that looked a bit odd was the title bar - but that will change too.
The IE team revealed more on the story behind Microsoft Spartan - the new browser across all Windows 10 devices, and why they will not be moving forward with Internet Explorer.
We learn more about what's under the hood of Microsoft's new Spartan browser, and to no one's surprise we find Internet Explorer. However that's not to say that Spartan is simply IE in disguise.