The software giant announced the details earlier today at their annual BUILD conference and Edge will be the built-in browser for Windows 10 devices.
Outside of the light details Microsoft has revealed in the past few months, there was little else revealed today besides the name and a teaser trailer.
What we do know is that Edge has a built-in reader, sharing features and the ability to take notes; support for the voice-activated Cortana personal assistant; minimalist design; a new rendering engine called EdgeHTML; more simplicity in features and options; tab previews just from scrolling over them and the ability to draw (?) on the page.
Check out the trailer below:
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 29 Apr 2015 21:21