Microsoft Edge is officially switching to Chromium in 2019 – here’s why that’s a good thing
It’s a new era for Microsoft. After dominating the early web with Internet Explorer and struggling to reach the same prominence with Edge, the company today announced it will be transitioning its browser to a Chromium-based platform in 2019. If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. But Microsoft doesn’t just see the move as a case of giving in to the competition. By incorporating Google’s Chromium into Edge on the desktop, along with other sweeping changes being announced today, the company aims to improve its browser in a way that wasn’t feasible before. If you ask me, it’s a good… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Microsoft
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