Microsoft Edge has evolved over the past year — from being announced as a brand new browser, with Microsoft moving away from Trident (or MSHTML) to EdgeHTML, to the browser usage share increase curve similar to the one Google experienced when Chrome was first introduced in 2008.
We encourage you to test across browsers and devices including Microsoft Edge – the default browser for Windows 10 – with free tools on dev.microsoftedge.com, including F12 Edge Developer Tools — seven distinct, fully-documented tools to help you debug, test, and speed up your web pages. Also, you can visit the Edge blog to stay updated and informed from Microsoft developers and experts.
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