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How to make the switch to Microsoft Edge

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WinC Bot
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Dec 17, 2013
Microsoft Edge has what it takes to be your default browser, and in this guide, we'll help you to make the switch.

Microsoft Edge is the new default web browser bundled with Windows 10, and the one that finally replaces Internet Explorer. Although the new browser isn't as mature as the competition, Microsoft Edge is growing rapidly, and with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update the software is getting a lot better.
In the new version, you'll find tweaks and improvements everywhere. For example, in the latest update for the operating system, Microsoft Edge includes new power-saving improvements to reduce memory usage and processor cycles making it the browser of choice for your laptop or tablet.
Additionally, similar to Chrome and Firefox, Microsoft Edge now includes support for extensions to extend its functionality, which you can quickly download from the Windows Store.

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