When I brought up Chrome this morning I was greeted by a new screen that showed
"What’s new in Chrome
Chrome gets faster and easier to use with each update. New features to try: a better way to send links and find your tabs faster."
I gave the subject a cursory glance and there seems like a couple of things that might be useful.
We've had discussions here at the factory that Edge might be the only browser that'll run on Windows 11. If that's the case I wonder why Google would spend money enhancing a browser that may not run on 11. I suspect that Google knows more about Win 11 than we do.
Isn't Edge based on Chrome now? I thought I read something to that effect.
Beats me. Edge is Microsoft and Chrome is Google.
"The new Microsoft Edge is based on the Chromium open-source project. Chromium forms the basis of Google Chrome, so the new Edge feels very similar to Google Chrome. It includes features found in Chrome, supports Chrome browser extensions, and has the same rendering engine as Google Chrome.Jun 4, 2020"
I'm replying to your message using Chrome on Windows 11
...and I'm using the Brave browser on Win11 in this reply.
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