Re: Microsoft Edge Under Windows 7
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There might be a possibility that the browser name will be changed, but that’s a remote possibility.
Also, regarding Edge being compatible with Windows 7: yes and no depending on if you’re talking about current browser landscape or the one coming in the future. No, Edge isn’t compatible with Windows 7 at the moment, but Microsoft is working on a technology to bring at least the new Edge to Windows 7 (mostly for businesses).
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Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 8:33 AM
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Exactly, although I had not heard that Edge was a dead end, I just assumed Edge would remain Edge, just changed and based on Chromium, but then of course it could very well get a new name. It really doesn’t matter, at this point I don’t see a point to use it since Chrome is superior and has better accessibility.
There's really no purpose in focusing on Edge accessibility at this juncture anyway. Microsoft has already announced that it will be retired and replaced with a browser based on Chromium (which, of course, serves as the basis for Google Chrome browser as well).
Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763
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