Microsoft Edge has its work cut out in getting closer to rivals like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, and one reason for that is because Redmond rolls out updates at a very slow pace for it. The
Firefox Quantum, the latest version of the Mozilla browser, is here. Not only is it faster and lighter, with noticeably smoother overall operations, and comes with a new logo, it also messes up extensions. Expected. The developer
Or at least, tries to. Edge extensions are in the spotlight right now, with Microsoft publishing a blog post recently detailing why the list of supported plugins for the web browser is growing so slowly. And the
They arrived quietly, but Microsoft Edge now has two solid new extensions to its name, with the total count now nearing 50. Still a long way to go, but users are sure to love these new arrivals.
If you can’t beat them, join them. And then beat them! Bing has seen a lot of action these past couple of years, with Microsoft updating its web search service regularly and routinely. This time around, though,