Microsoft Edge makes it easy to load old websites using Internet Explorer mode, and here's how to enable and use the feature.
Microsoft Edge powered by Chromium is the new web browser available starting January 15, 2020, for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7, including for macOS.
Although the new version of Microsoft Edge shares many design similarities found in Google Chrome, the software has been adding its own design touches and features for a product that looks a lot like the old browser that works just like Chrome.
Some of the new features, include support for Chrome extensions and profiles, dark mode, better website compatibility as it uses the same engine available with Chrome, and tracking prevention to prevent online services from tracking you online. In addition, Chromium Edge ships with everything else you come to expect from a mode browser, such as data sync, site permissions, extensions, and more.
Microsoft has ended support for the legacy version of Edge on March 9, 2021, and during the April 2021 system update, Windows 10 will remove the remaining bits fully replacing it with the Chromium version.
Chromium Edge-related content and news can be found here.
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