I recently saw an article where someone spent a week using Microsoft Edge, the company’s struggling web browser that can’t get out of single-digit usage. After a quick glance, I decided to stop reading because I would do a similar experiment and did not want to be influenced by that author’s experience.
I had planned on going a week. I lasted maybe two hours.
Edge claims to be a much faster browser than Internet Explorer 11, mostly due to the removal of ancient code dating back to the 1990s. And while it is faster than IE 11, Edge still fails in comparison to the main competition, Mozilla’s Firefox and Google Chrome.