Though millions of people use Internet Explorer, it has lost market share and street cred to Chrome and Firefox.
With Windows 10, Microsoft has launched a new browser called Edge that promises to give its competitors a run for their money, especially with its new embedded Cortana feature and markup capabilities. Does this newcomer have a shot at taking on the browser giants?
Chrome, Firefox, and Edge were all tested on the following criteria:
- Speed and performance
- Layout and ease of use extensiblity
- Standards support
- Special features
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