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Windows 10 In Depth by Paul McFedries, Brian Knittel

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15. Web Browsing with Windows 10

Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge?

In April 2015 Microsoft introduced a new web browser for Windows 10, which it code-named Project Spartan. At the May 2015 Build conference, the company announced that this new browser would be called Microsoft Edge. From other Redmond rumblings, it seems clear that Edge is the future of web browsing in a Microsoft world, and although Internet Explorer will still be available for some time, version 11 is likely to be the last major update for this venerable program.

We’re of two minds about all this. On the one hand, a fresh, modern Microsoft browser is a welcome sight, given all the problems that Internet Explorer has had over the years, particularly with standards compliance ...

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