The Microsoft Edge browser has evolved at the same pace as Windows 10, but now it is time for it to take on more difficult missions. The new Microsoft Edge Chromium-based version is getting ready to be part of the business. Also, Microsoft wants to offer Microsoft Edge to enterprises as the best browser.
How is this going to work?
During the Inspire 2019 conference that took place last week, the mother company announced that businesses can now test the new Chromium-based Edge browser. No features were mentioned at that moment, but the next day Microsoft indicated that the Edge browser would have an exclusive “IE Mode” built within it. The new roadmap released during the same event is proof that Microsoft decided where it should keep its focus: on a business browser.
What the company plans for the Microsoft Edge Chromium-based browser?
An expansive blog post has been published by the company this week in which they explained what they want from this browser. It was clearly stated that this browser would exclusively serve enterprises, and its settings will be molded as so it matches the CEO’s desires. In the beginning, this browser was supposed to be used by both businesses and the general Internet users, but the company has changed its path.
Microsoft focuses on offering its fans a browser that keeps their data private and safe, but what will the company make its browser suitable “for enterprises and business customers of all sizes?”
How can Microsoft Edge Chromium-based browser be used for businesses?
For a browser to be used by enterprises and businesses, it must have modern web compatibility. The various business platforms must work properly while using it optimally. The security of the browser must be high, and the security flaws and bugs must be kept as close to nonexistent as possible.
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