On Chrome, I can use the right-click menu to move forwards and backwards, refresh, translate, utilize extensions, and most importantly, open in an incognito window. As we’ll come to later, there are no extensions, and while you can argue about the usefulness of having browser navigation controls on the context menu, the missing ability to open a is a huge oversight. I know Safari has offered something similar for a long time, but there is no such feature in Chrome, hence the prevalence of extensions such as Pocket.To be able to save all the documents you want to come back to later without the need for any third-party add-ons is really useful, and the inclusion of a star at the end of the address bar makes adding to the list fast and painless.There are various workarounds, but users report that they often reduce other functionality within the browser.
On the plus side, I did really like the ability to use Cortana without leaving the site I was currently on.
What exactly does Microsoft have against extensions?
The downside is that it will not currently sync to non-Windows devices.
There is currently no Edge browser on either Android or i OS, and there is no standalone Reading List app either.
Although the quality of those apps are improving all the time, it seems very few people are actually using them, especially the productivity apps.
Given the choice of the Windows app or desktop version of Skype, One Note, or email clients, most people will take the desktop version every time. You can understand Microsoft’s logic – they are trying force people into using the modern apps.Let us know your thoughts, opinions, and feedback in the comments section below. Prior to his writing career, he was a Financial Consultant.He holds various certifications from the University of Leeds, the University of Cambridge, and the…Therefore, I was excited to test out the new share feature on Edge.There are lots of times you want to share a cool picture or site with a friend, and I thought Edge would help streamline it. Yes, the share button is right there at the end of the address bar, but bizarrely you can only share via Windows Store versions of apps that you already have installed on your machine.After all, Chrome wasn’t close to its current quality when it was first released.