Once again, Google made Microsoft "bending the knee", so to speak. According to Zack Bowden's report from Windows Central, Microsoft must consider and ultimately close its current EdgeHTML development in favor of Google's alternative alternative by adopting Chromium technology for the future of browsing Windows 10.
Codenamed Anaheim, this new web browser for Windows 10 will replace Edge as the default search engine on the platform. It is now unknown whether Anaheim will use the Edge brand or the new brand, or if the user interface between Edge and Anaheim is different. However, one thing is certain; EdgeHTML is dead.
For those of us still left with a bitter taste of defeat in our mouths after Windows Phone and Android battles, the news for Microsoft now accepting the Chromium open source project as its flagship browser technology can feel like piling up.
However, the reality for most Windows 10 users is that Edge is currently a sub-passive experience with other modern browsers, many of which have already embraced Chromium open source.
As Bowden alludes to in his report, the new Anaheim project by Microsoft should be considered net positive for Windows 10 users and Microsoft fans. Using Chromium's open source code allows Microsoft's browsing team to begin its efforts in accordance with current modern browsers, without having to detect the wheel as they did with Edge.
As it stands, Microsoft uses Chromium's source code for the Edge browser on Android.
While the "project" of Chromium's "Analysis" project is the "response" of the limited stake it receives on the browser market, "how" remains as enormous issues. Despite all the disadvantages, the Edge was unpretentious for the battery and was well held as a last resort to zoos on Windows 10 and the reality is that some Chromium browsers are less than the performance of Windows 10.
With the recent news about Microsoft's mysterious Windows Lite operating system, the discovery of Anaheim's projects to focus on the company's future development.
As a reminder, this is a source-based news release, and Microsoft has yet to confirm or deny any news related to it. We will adequately update how more information will be collected.
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