Microsoft is bringing its Edge browser to iOS and Android but this also means that they are now actively developing two different browser platforms.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system saw healthy growth in 2016 but its browser, Edge, is struggling to find a home with users.
Microsoft will deliver a new feature for Edge with the Redstone 2 update in 2017 that will provide significant new protection against malicious websites for Enterprise customers.
Microsoft is building out a new ‘bridge’ that will make it easy to port Chrome extensions to Edge that will make sure its browser receives the same attention as Firefox and Chrome from third party devs.
For 2016, Microsoft has released a road map outlining the development priorities for the browser for the upcoming calendar year, including the arrival of extensions.
Microsoft has posted its ChakraCore repository to GitHub which means that anyone in the open source community can now submit code that could ship with the Edge browser.
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