How To Get The NEW Microsoft Edge NOW…

I have been testing and using the NEW Microsoft Edge, which is a Chromium based browser, for months along with Google Chrome, Vivaldi, and Brave (all which are based off the Chromium browser engine). I have come to the conclusion that Microsoft Edge is the browser of choice at this point based on reliability, speed, smoothness of operation, privacy, security. low memory resources and added features. I am going to say that 99% of all browser extensions I have installed from the Google Chrome Store have worked without a hitch. Microsoft Edge, in my opinion, is the top dog browser at this point. My second choice would be Vivaldi…

Microsoft will be rolling out Edge to all computers, but you can get it now.  Simply visit the link below and follow the instructions.

Introducing the new Microsoft Edge

The new Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium and was released on January 15, 2020. It is compatible with all supported versions of Windows, and macOS. Downloading the browser will replace the legacy version of Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 PCs. With speed, performance, best in class compatibility for websites and extensions, and built-in privacy and security features, it’s the only browser you’ll ever need.

Source: Microsoft Edge


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3 thoughts on “How To Get The NEW Microsoft Edge NOW…

    1. R.3.I.G.N.,

      I am still lovin’ Vivaldi and still have it installed (to watch it mature). I love the features built in, but not as smooth (my opinion) as Edge at this point. I am hooked on the web panel in Vivladi and wish I could find an extension that replicates the panel. I did find a bookmarking panel (similar) that is awesome, but does not show the actual web content.

      Rick

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      1. Hello Rick, I agree with you, Vivaldi is a nice browser for customization but the browser is a bit clunky I have been using Edge as well and have to agree much smother and faster a bit compared to other chromium based browsers…

        Microsoft has been lacking in the browser department for years I do believe they want to redeem themselves by proving they can create a great chromium based browser.

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