Goodbye Internet Explorer, Hello Edge

For the first time in several decades, Microsoft has released a new version of Windows without Internet Explorer being set as the default browser. Instead, the company is pushing users towards Edge, the company’s ‘new’ browser that they hope will put up a solid fight against Chrome and Firefox.

Edge, while technically a new brand, is really a heavily reworked version of Internet Explorer. The engine driving the browser is still Trident but other than the name, there is not much else that is the same between Edge and Internet Explorer.


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Story added 29. July 2015, content source with full text you can find at link above.