the name recognition means sweet blow buggerall if people have crap associations with it.Finally. And Edge is never going to gain that kind of traction. Microsoft stupidly killed off the only good thing about its browser - the name recognition.
Pretty sure MS killed off the IE brand because of how tarnished it is. IE will never be loved. I'm not saying Edge is a great name either though. I quite liked the Spartan name it had before it was Edge.Finally. And Edge is never going to gain that kind of traction. Microsoft stupidly killed off the only good thing about its browser - the name recognition.
I would avoid Edge until it is updated later this year to include extension support. Give Firefox a try. I left Firefox for Chrome years ago when it was slow and prone to crashes, and tried Firefox again early last year. I stayed with it ever since - it's by far my favourite browser atm.Chrome has been quite poor of late, starting to switch to Edge.
Yeah it was always weird to me. I use Evernote, which is the best in the game. Not only does Edge not support Evernote because it has no extensions, but it doesn't even support LastPass. So I don't have access to my passwords in that browser.Edge would take some of the share of Internet Explorer.
Edge for me still seems in beta and horribly buggy. The spent more time implementing a stupid Web Note feature for it (not sure how many even use it) than actually developing the rest of the browser.....
Don't get me started on the new Ink feature for Windows 10 now they are now punting as major feature for next major update.
Microsoft priorities are screwed.
Both browsers still rank poorly with regards to HTML 5 support!
MS are actually pushing Edge ..... and it works brilliantly. I have almost migrated completely over the Edge, and do not miss the so-called benefits of "Chrome" at all ......IE is losing to Chrome only because Microsoft is killing IE on XP. You can't access Microsoft Web site from IE8 anymore.
'So-called' benefits?MS are actually pushing Edge ..... and it works brilliantly. I have almost migrated completely over the Edge, and do not miss the so-called benefits of "Chrome" at all ......
Chrome is only on my PC for emergencies. till waiting for such an emergency .......