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November/December 2017, Vol. 1, No. 8

Familiarize yourself with the Microsoft Edge web browser

Microsoft aims to replace Internet Explorer with Edge, the default web browser in Windows 10. Microsoft designed Edge to be lightweight, relying on EdgeHTML, a layout engine written in C++. Edge offers several productivity and security features, but legacy app compatibility can be a problem for organizations that adopt the Microsoft Edge web browser. Productivity features Cortana integration: The digital assistant helps users find definitions, photos or websites from directly within the browser. PDF reader: This feature allows users to open PDF files without having to download a separate application. Reading mode: When enabled, this feature presents only the text of a webpage -- without ads, videos or other components. Additionally, the Microsoft Edge web browser lets users mark up and clip portions of pages. Browser extensions: Edge's library of plug-ins that enhance browser functionality is gradually growing. It includes AdBlocker, Office Online and Grammarly, which checks grammar and spelling. Security features Microsoft Edge...

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