Anyway, Microsoft are about to make Edge obsolete and develop a new Chromium based browser so the world of web browsers will look even more uniform in the future. Basically you'll have Chrome and derived browsers, plus the occasional Firefox and that's it.
Seems like there is a natural taste for sci-fi and bent-truths, here.
Whoever likes or not (it does not matter), Edge is a lean, mean and FaSt web-browser, that clearly leverages the HW assets available through Windows. More and better so than any other browser, which is exactly what I would expect MS to do, on their own environment. As far as it pertains me, I don't want a foreign / half-assed cooked browser running on my 44-thread HP Z840, unless it tries to leverage my assets the best it can, and it is well and closely integrated with my productivity environment of choice (Win 10pro 64).
Google continues to throw monkey-wrenches at EVERY web-browser providers out-there, because of their constant (and sometimes hidden) changes, to which MS HTML team is having trouble keeping up with. Now is the time to consider if submitting to Google's framework is the best choice, in order to diminish the economical impact of having to chase Google at every corner. Everything looking as "Chromium" is NOT and WILL NOT be the best, though.
As for, I have Chromium, Firefox, etc. loaded on my kids machines, I have seen up-close and used them, and I DO NOT want any of them stepping a foot on my workstation. End of the story.
Edited by Faicuai, Thu Dec 20, 2018 8:54 AM.