Microsoft has announced the Edge web browser at this week’s Microsoft Build conference, reports re/code (http://tinyurl.com/ktnutgr/). It’s the replacement for the long-in-the-tooth Internet Explorer.
Edge will be the primary/default browser built into Windows 10. Details are still light on of what’s unique to Edge, but TechCrunch (http://tinyurl.com/keuu277) says here’s what is known:
° It has built-in Cortana support.
° It has built-in reader, note-taking and sharing features.
° The design focuses on simplicity and minimalism.
° The rendering engine is called EdgeHTML.