Microsoft improves Edge browser: now safer, faster and more stable

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: Microsoft improves Edge browser: now safer, faster and more stable[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/09/microsoft-edge-logo-95x75.png[/newsimage]

Microsoft has made the default browser of Windows 10, Edge, more safe. The browser is now protected against DLL injections and the new rendering engine no longer uses ActiveX and Browser Helper Objects.

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#2

It is a good initiative, but as commented elsewhere, they still hold back on what users want to start using it.
What I am talking about is plugin support and I do not see too many users switching to it until this is in place sometime next year.


#3

"Microsoft has made the default browser of Windows 10, Edge, more safe. "

With Microsoft’s history of security bugs in both it’s OS and Browser, this sounds like yet one more of a myriad of patches.
Kind of like putting duct tape across the San Andreas Fault.


#4

@OldDancer: I couldn’t agree more. San Andreas duct tape is pretty much what Microsoft has done since the MS-DOS (or should I say “not Quick and Dirty Operating System”) days.