Microsoft Announces New Browser-Microsoft Edge

A good news for Microsoft Users, Microsoft Announces New Browser-Microsoft Edge.

A new explorer with more features was already expected after the demise of Internet Explorer. The upcoming successor of Internet Explorer is named as “Microsoft Edge” by the company. Announced at the company’s build conference, Microsoft Edge will be the primary/default browser built into Windows 10.

Only few highlights of the upcoming browser were declared at the conference, which includes:

  • The design focuses on simplicity and minimalism
  • The rendering engine is called EdgeHTML
  • It has built-in Cortana support
  • It has built-in reader, note-taking and sharing features

Apart from these minute details, nothing much about the Microsoft Edge has been announced yet. We can say that Windows 10 is coming with complete new browser, which will ultimately enhance user’s experience.

Microsoft will make Windows 10 available this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages. Windows has always been global with more than 1.5 billion users around the world and here in China hundreds of millions of PCs operate Windows today. That’s why it was particularly fun to show latest global innovation, Windows Hello, on stage for the first time, and to feature a number of Windows 10 customization for the China market, such as Cortana in Mandarin.

Also Read: Microsoft to Launch Windows 10 in 190 Countries and 111 Languages

Wearable technology is new trend-setter in the market these days. People are more inclined towards trendy gadgets that facilitates them in daily life activities.  Microsoft’s Band, recently launched in the market, has attracted many of the users and performed well even from Apple Watch in UK. This band works with iOS, Windows Phone and Android devices.

For More Information Please Read This: Microsoft Band Hits the International Market

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Also Read: Microsoft Pakistan Recognizes Talented Youth from Remote Areas

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