Contrast that with Edge, which is only gaining extension capability in July when the Anniversary Update is expected to roll out. Even then it still won’t have synced tabs to help you move between Windows 10 PCs, tablets, and (for all five of you out there—six if you count me, too) a Windows 10 Mobile device.
That’s not to say Edge is terrible. It does have some nice features like Cortana integration and web notes. But those are frills. The basics aren’t there yet, which is why Edge comes across as half-baked. No amount of battery saving improvements can change that.
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