The Microsoft Edge browser should work better with websites than Internet Explorer
Using Internet Explorer on older versions of Windows was a pain sometimes, at least for website creators who had to put in some extra work and code to get their sites to work with Microsoft's browser. That should not be an issue with the new Microsoft Edge browser that's being developed for Windows 10, at least according to its development team.
In a highly technical blog post this week, Microsoft stated:
One of the reasons this will work is that the Edge team has designed the browser so it works much like ones that use the WebKit engine. It's used on Apple's Safari and Google uses a forked version for its Chrome browser. Microsoft says:
Microsoft says their ultimate hope is that all web browsers and sites will eventually "align to a single well-defined well-designed behavior" so that they all work with each other without any special coding needed.
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