Microsoft's new browser is called Edge. Here's everything you need to know
Microsoft is taking another stab at the whole web browser thing with Edge.
This new browser is built right into Windows 10, and it's designed to be a fast, secure way to get around the web.
Edge looks and behave a lot like your average modern browser, but its got a few neat tricks built in.
Tap the web note icon for example and you could annotate or doodle on web pages and share your notes however you'd like.
The visual assistant Cortana is also built-in.
Visit the website for a bar or a restaurant, for example, and Cortana can pull up useful information to a handy little side bar.
Microsoft Edge Bars also adds a new reading view.
Tap a button on the address bar and And they'll strip all the unnecessary stuff out of the page, leaving you with just the text to read.
And that's Microsoft's Edge browser.
I'm Nate with CNET.
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