Here’s everything you need to know about Microsoft Edge
If you put Edge and Chrome side by side, you will see that the core of the browsers is the same. The menus are identical, preferences are pretty much the same, and probably the only thing that sets the two apart is the logo and UI. Microsoft has been known to be a bit flamboyant in terms of UI, and they have given Edge a bit of an elegant touch while staying true to the Chromium design language, and that is something we personally love.
The initial version of the new chromium bases Edge did have its fair share of bugs, but Microsoft remained committed to this, and today, the version of Edge we have on Windows 11 looks a lot more integrated into the overall Windows platform and we actually found ourselves using Edge rather than going for the routine ‘Download Google Chrome’ regime. The browser has been visibly improved in terms of performance and visual appeal, and the best part is -IT IS NOW AVAILABLE CROSS-PLATFORM!!