At the Build Developer Conference, Microsoft revealed that Edge will be the new browser shipping on all Windows 10 devices. The default browser, which will succeed Internet Explorer, is “a browser built for doing,” according to Microsoft, designed with an easy-to-navigate layout and equipped with tools to make the browsing experience more fun. Features include built-in support for Cortana, Microsoft’s voice-activated digital assistant, support for Firefox and Chrome extensions, and digital ink annotation. Stay tuned for future developments.
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