One of the heavily touted features of Windows 10 is that Edge (formerly Project Spartan) replaced Internet Explorer as the default web browser. I spent the last couple of days evaluating this new browser, and I want to share my thoughts with you in this review of the Edge Browser on Surface. Show More Summary
What do you reckon will happen to the Internet of Things ten years from now? If you think about billions of devices or more wearable tech, around 83 percent of experts believe that the Internet of things will have beneficial effects on the everyday lives of the public by 2025. Show More Summary
In 18 days, Internet Explorer will turn 20 years old. But rather than celebrating with a new version, as it did for birthday number 15, Microsoft will be shoving IE away into an obscure folder with other legacy applications -- you know, like Paint. Show More Summary
With Edge in Windows 10, Microsoft has finally delivered a capable browser to replace the aging Internet Explorer. Microsoft likes Windows 10 so much, it makes Edge the default browser in Windows 10, even when you’re updating from a system that previously used Chrome or Firefox as the default. Read More
Windows 10 replaces the old and slow Internet Explorer with a brand new, fast and more secure Microsoft Edge browser. Millions of people who used IE were fed up with the many fixes Microsoft has had to release on each and every Patch Tuesday since the browser faced numerous potential attacks without these updates. Show More Summary
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Internet Explorer dates back to 1995. So it's about time Microsoft came up with something new. Here's what the new stuff in the company's new browser, Microsoft Edge, will mean to you.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer replacement packs two big new features
Windows 10 comes with a brand new web browser called Microsoft Edge. It's got a lighter design, it's blazing fast and Cortana is baked right into it. Edge washes away everything we hated about Internet Explorer, but how does it compare...Show More Summary
Most of the software that's included with Windows 10 is nothing special, but there's one bright spot: Microsoft Edge, the new web browser that finally replaces the much-maligned Internet Explorer. Edge comes at a crucial time for Microsoft:...Show More Summary
The Opera browser may not be as popular as Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, or Chrome. But, Opera does have its advantages, with simplicity being one. It also has extensions like the other browsers that can be added to make your experience even better. Show More Summary
Windows 10 is here! The Start menu is back. Cortana is now fully integrated with the system and Microsoft has decided to start anew with Web browsing (au revoir, Internet Explorer), introducing the Edge browser.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be officially released on July 29. Window 10 will come with two internet browsers – Internet Explorer (IE) 11 and Edge. Edge was originally named as Spartan and will replace IE as the default browser on Windows 10 PCs. Show More Summary
Internet Explorer turns 20 this year, but there will be no celebrations. Instead IE is being pushed off the Windows desktop in favor of a brand new web browsing experience: Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer is not dead, nor will it be missing from Windows 10 when it ships on July 29. Show More Summary
For a long time Internet Explorer has been a joke — from its slow web browsing experience, to the lack of support for browser extensions, and just overall clunky experience, Explorer was ready for a refresh. Luckily in Windows 10 Microsoft has put out the old and brought in the new with their sleek new browser, Edge. Show More Summary
Four code-execution bugs found in Internet Explorer 11 for Windows Phone have been publicly disclosed by an HP-owned security division called TippingPoint. The division previously revealed the vulnerabilities privately to Microsoft, but so far it has not yet fixed the bugs.
8 months ago we wrote about HP’s Pwn2Own contest which saw IE11 falling in the content, but the OS itself remaining unbreached, while both iOS and Android were fully “owned” It seems however that this limited access has given Microsoft enough confidence to leave these browser vulnerabilities, which leaves our cookies exposed and leaves the […]
Despite having used Firefox in the past, having dipped my toes in the water with Safari and Opera, and even going totally crazy after using Internet Explorer for 10 minutes, somehow I always seem to come back to Chrome. And it’s easy to see why. Show More Summary
Exploit details published six months after they were privately reported to MS.
This being the year of Clueless’ 20th Anniversary, tons of retrospectives are popping up across the internet. One that’s well worth a read is an oral history assembled by Uproxx that explores the film’s unique sense of style. Writer-director...Show More Summary