Ready to surf the web on Windows 10? Don’t rush to Chrome or Firefox. Microsoft’s Edge browser adds a few new tricks with the April 2018 Update.

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You may already be using Microsoft Edge in Windows 10, but Microsoft’s newest browser added a few new tricks with the April 2018 Update.

Edge works just like a traditional browser, but it looks sleeker, slimmer, and cleaner than Internet Explorer. You won’t find the same toolbars, menu bars, and other baggage that cluttered up IE. Instead, there’s just one tiny toolbar from which you access all your commands and settings, leaving more real estate for each page.

While we bet one of the first things you do on a new Windows PC is rush to the web to download Firefox, Chrome, or your other browser of choice, there are reasons to consider Edge. After all, we found it to performs well against the competition.

Below, we’ll check out what’s new with the April 2018 Update and then provide an overview of how best to customize and use Microsoft Edge.



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