Once again, Google has made Microsoft 'bend the knee, " So to speak. According to a report from Windows Central's Sak Bowden, Microsoft has retweeted and ultimately its current EdgeDML development in a Google-inspired alternative by adapting Chromium Technology for the future of Windows 10 browsing.
Codenamed Anaheim, this new web browser for Windows 10 will replace Edge as the default browser on the platform. It is unknown at this time if Anaheim will use the edge brand or a new brand, or if the user interface between Edge and Anaheim is different. One thing is for sure, but; EdgeHTML is dead.
For those of us still left with the bitter taste of defeating our mouth after the Windows Phone and Android battles, the news of Microsoft now adopt the Chromium Open Source Project as its flagship browser technology, may feel like peeling on.
However, the fact for most Windows 10 users is that edge is currently a subparial experience to other modern day browsers, many of which have already adopted chromium open source code.
As Bowden alludes to his report, the Microsoft's new Anaheim project should be seen as a net positive for Windows 10 users and Microsoft fans. Using the Chromium Open Source Code allows Microsoft's browser team to start off their efforts on par with current browsers without having to reinvent the wheel as they are doing with Edge.
As it stands, Microsoft uses the Chromium source code for its Edge Browser on Android.
While the & quot; which & quot; From Project Anaheam's Children From Chromium is Answer by The Limited Share It's Gained In The Browser Market, The How It's' Stay like giant questions marks. Despite all its shortcomings, Edge is battery frugal and done exquisitely in pinch to zoom on Windows 10 and the fact is that some Chromium Powered browsers are less than performer on Windows 10.
With the latest news from Microsoft mysterious Windows lite OS, the unveiling of Project Anaheim beings to set the company's future development into focus.
As a reminder, this is news based on sourced reporting and Microsoft still has to confirm or deny any news related to it. We will update accordingly as more information is gathered.
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