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  • Drop: a new way to send files, notes across mobile and PC devices

    Drop: a new way to send files, notes across mobile and PC devices

    Drop is a new file and notes sharing feature in the Microsoft Edge browser that lets users send files and notes across their mobile and PC devices. The Drop sharing feature is located in the sidebar widget. It works by synchronizing a shared file across your devices using Edge and OneDrive. A kind of AirDrop…

  • Microsoft releases Edge preview build for Linux, supports Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, openSUSE

    Microsoft releases Edge preview build for Linux, supports Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, openSUSE

    Microsoft is announcing the release of the Microsoft Edge Dev Insider channel for Linux. The Microsoft Edge Linux preview build will support Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and OpenSUSE distributions. The company announced it was bringing Microsoft Edge to Linux in May at Microsoft Build. With this release, Microsoft is looking at two Linux customer categories. The…

  • Microsoft Edge browser features new icon, generally available January 2020

    Microsoft Edge browser features new icon, generally available January 2020

    Microsoft’s chromium Edge browser will spot a new icon and generally available January 2020 to Windows and Mac OS. The announcement comes as Microsoft shows plans for its various platforms at Microsoft Ignite 2019. In January 2020, Microsoft will debut a new Edge browser. This new Microsoft Edge browser isn’t what you have know the…

  • WhatsApp Web Works with Microsoft Edge Browser

    WhatsApp Web Works with Microsoft Edge Browser

    WhatsApp Web is finally available to Microsoft Edge browser users. Microsoft Edge is the official browser that comes pre-installed in Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile operating system. It’s also the browser that officially replaced Internet Explorer (still available in windows 10). WhatsApp Web was introduced sometime in January 2015 as a web client that…

  • Microsoft Edge; The Name Chosen For Project Spartan Browser

    Microsoft Edge; The Name Chosen For Project Spartan Browser

    “The browser that turns browsing into doing.” Microsoft’s new internet browser designed to replace¬†internet explorer code named “Project Spartan” has finally been revealed as “Microsoft EDGE” at the //Build/ 2015 developers conference. The logo design picks up traits from internet explorer(IE), and the naming probably comes from the rendering engine; EdgeHTML. Microsoft EDGE is going…