How Microsoft Plays Down the Failure of Microsoft Edge

Microsoft today announced another major change in the browser market, as it plans to migrate to the Chromium engine for the default Windows 10 browser.

The news certainly doesn’t come as a big surprise, especially after all the rumors that have been pointing to a potential transition from EdgeHTML to Chromium in a future Windows 10 update.

And for many users, Microsoft building its own Chrome browser makes sense, especially when considering the lack of features that are plaguing Microsoft Edge today.

But while it’s pretty clear that Microsoft has failed for the second time in the browser market, the company certainly doesn’t want the whole thing to look this way.

Its own official announcement that reveals plans for a Chromium browser doesn’t say anything about the poor adoption of Microsoft Edge or the plethora of issues that users have been e… (read more)

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