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|Motherboard||MSI X299 Raider|
|Memory||Corsair LPX 3600 32GB (4x8GB)|
|Video Card(s)||Powercolor Vega 64|
|Storage||Intel 900p 280GB, 660p 2TB, Seagate Barracuda Pro 10TB|
|Display(s)||Viewsonic VX2457, Samsung NU8000 TV|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX750|
|Software||Win 10 Pro|
I just think they'd prefer having something a little more under their control. Edge has a lot of platform specific tech that does things other browsers don't and can't do. I've pointed out elsewhere that Edge can have sessions in it's own container/VM (through Hyper-V) called Application Guard. And UWP apps in general relied on Edge. Why would you want to lose control over things that are on the OS level like this?I just checked Avant, which I have installed but not opened in a couple years. It was always a great alternative to IE, and built on IE engine.
Not anymore. It’s using the Chrome rendering engine, and still looking and acting exactly like Avant used to.
I think this will be the result with Edge as well. No one will know unless they are geeks like us.
Because Nadella is a saboteur, like I said. Either that, or he's just incompetent. It seems like things magically turn to shit under his watch. He put zero effort into mobile and UWP. Xbox has partly burned under his watch as well.