Worlds better than Internet Explorer, Edge is the newest way to go online with your Windows 10 computer. But can it beat Firefox and Chrome?
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If you can live without stainless steel, this well-rounded appliance offers outstanding value.
Is Microsoft's new Edge browser faster than the competition?
There's a switch you'll need to enable before you can get Cortana's attention from across the room.
With wide platform compatibility, strong ease of use, and a very attractive price point, this is the smart bulb to beat.
Company behind Firefox accuses the tech giant of making an "aggressive move to override user choice" by designating its Edge as default browser.
A notification prompts Windows 7 and 8.1 users to reserve an upgrade to the new OS.
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