There is no doubt that Microsoft has been one of the companies responsible for the 'trivialization' and evolution of personal computers over the last decades. However, your browser has not been popular for a long time, be it Internet Explorer or Edge.
Now, according to the latest information, the company is developing a replacement for Edge. This new browser should be developed based on Chromium.
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Although Edge was a breakthrough in classic Internet Explorer, it still couldn't cope with the fierce competition from Google Chrome, Opera, and Firefox.
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That's why news that the company is developing a new browser based on Google's Chromium doesn't come with much surprise. If the brand really wants to compete with Chrome, this is possibly your only solution.
So far, the company's browsers have been based on EdgeHTML, but this multi-year cycle seems to be numbered days. According to Windows Central, the company has grown tired of the problems brought by Edge, and this will be the best option they have available.
This alleged change will only benefit users. Offering them a much more stable and capable alternative to surfing the internet. Microsoft would not be expected to factory install Google Chrome with its operating system. So developing a new browser is the best reaction to this problem.
Finally, it appears that Microsoft will soon present a new rival for Google's portable computer, the Chromebook. For this you will need to present a much lighter and more practical operating system. Backed by a new browser that currently has a code name of "Anaheim".
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