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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Its name is Edge;Microsoft new browser's

Yesterday was a big day for Microsoft, with a ton of announcements and demos being released at their showcase developer event, Build. Among other things, the name for the new Web browser on Windows 10 was finally unveiled along with a brief peek at its key features. Initially codenamed Spartan, the new browser will be called Edge, and it features a redesigned tab page that offers suggestions of popular content based on your browsing habits, such as news stories, stock reports, weather and the like.
Not many features of the browser have been revealed thus far, but it is clear this new browser--based on its all-new engine--will have tight integration with their Cortana assistant, a built-in annotation feature where users can directly scribble on Web pages to share via social networks, and the distraction-free reading mode.
Also Microsoft Edge will be the sole browser running on Windows 10 mobile, although it can be downloaded to Windows 10 desktop, tablets and laptops. It is still not confirmed whether the mobile version of this browser will be made available for Android and iOS.
Watch Microsoft Edge in action here:

Madhav Biju

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