Microsoft presentation gives up on Edge
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Installs Chrome instead


A Microsoft engineer carrying out a demo before assorted hacks had to abandon his Edge browser and install Chrome after his Vole-approved default browser froze.

Edge better at handling malware
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Google and Mozilla not as good as living on the edge 

Microsoft's Edge easily beat rival browsers from Google and Mozilla in third party tests of the behind the scenes services which power anti-malware warnings and malicious website-blocking.

Microsoft explains why Edge has so few extensions
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You can’t get the wood to build it these days

A year after Microsoft allowed extensions to appear on its Edge browser, there are only 70 available.

The bezel will be a celeb death this year
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Living on the edge


This year we will see the end of the bezel, or at least phones with very slim ones.

Edge might be the only browser for Netflix HD
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Microsoft might even be telling the truth on this one

Software king of the world Microsoft has made another claim for its Edge browser – it is the only one which can run Netflix’s HD.

Elephone P9000 Edge revealed
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Edge screen Galaxy competitor for $250+

The Galaxy S7 Edge is one of the best Android phones, but Fudzilla thinks the company is overcharging for a curved screen phone. Elephone has released a snap of what looks like decent hardware behind a curved screen for about $300. 

Meizu with edge display coming
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Snap showned off to world

Meizu's CEO Huang Zhang a well-known info leaker has shared a picture of a curved Meizu phone that is expected later this year.

Edge finally gets extensions
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Might actually be useful


A new preview of build (14342) of Windows 10 has zipped out to Insiders on the Fast Ring, and this finally sees extensions become fully functional and easy to install in Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft Edge’s InPrivate mode is borked
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Does not do what it claims

It appears that Microsoft Edge’s InPrivate mode is about as private as a Hollywood starlet in an iCloud account.

Gamers should be careful of new Edge upgrade
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Life on the Bleeding Edge

Software giant Microsoft has released Build 11102 of its Edge browser to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring, however it has warned gamers that they might have a few problems with it.