Last week, Microsoft launched a nearly complete version of its new “Edge” browser, a new browser by the Redmond giant after it finally annoucned to shut down uselss Internet Explorer. Edge was initially named as “Project Spartan”. A version of Spartan was also launched for testing purposes, but it had not the same seamlessness and swift features like that of Edge. A number of expert users have tested Microsoft edge and they find it safe to assume that Microsoft Edge could be the Google Chrome killer. Google Chrome has been the only juggernaut in the browser market. Despite of all extravagant marvels of the modern technology, we are yet to see a good browser- a browser that is fast, eats less memory and opens pages quickly, and most importantly, doesn’t lag.
Great and Fluid Page Scrolling
Microsoft Edge beats Chrome in many levels. It has great and fluid scrolling of pages experience. It offers a great dark theme which you can change anytime. The scrolling experience is truly prodigious and awe-inspiring. This is, in my opinion, the apt manifestation of the confounding performance of Microsoft’s Universal …read more