As I covered in my last preview, you can expect the new Edge to be much faster than the last version, thanks to the Chromium engine that also used in Chrome. While Microsoft made a decent effort building up its own browser engine over the last few years, it could never really compete with the Google might when it came to speed and website compatibility. By switching browser engines, the company can work on delivering new experiences on top of a solid framework. The Collections feature, for...

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