Microsoft Edge Blazingly Fast Web Browser

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Microsoft Edge – A New Secure and Faster Browser

Microsoft has claimed that its latest web browser Microsoft Edge is faster than Google Chrome and Apple Safari. Yes it is true. In Apple and Google benchmark test Microsoft Edge got higher rating than both browser. Microsoft is also ready to launch their new operating system. The near final version of Windows 10 released has been released in last week. Microsoft is adding finishing touches to the launch of Windows 10. It will be the biggest launch ever of a Microsoft product.

According to Gabe Aul, Head of the Windows Insider program in the blog post:

The Microsoft Edge team has been continuing to optimize performance since first adding the new browser to Windows 10. In this build, Microsoft Edge is even better and is beating Chrome and Safari on their own JavaScript benchmarks:

  • On WebKit Sunspider, Edge is 112% faster than Chrome.
  • On Google Octane, Edge is 11% faster than Chrome.
  • On Apple JetStream, Edge is 37% faster than Chrome.

We are really pleased with those performance gains and we hope that you’ll enjoy faster browsing with Microsoft Edge along with the many great features we’ve added over the last several builds.

The Microsoft Edge will be full of rich features. If the above bench-marking score are accurate and true then it is the best thing for browser space. Microsoft’s internet explorer was the first browser to surf web. Now the company is working on this brand new Edge browser. The Microsoft Edge is safer and faster browser in the testing phase. It is expected that it will be more improved when launched for public. Microsoft Edge browser will be default browser for windows 10.  The browser performance will be more efficient with Edge HTML engine. This will boost further optimization and innovation in other browsers like Firefox and Chrome.

The SunSpider JavaScript Benchmark is developed by the Apple Webkit development team. It is used to benchmark test for the iOS, Mac, and Windows versions of Safari, which are powered by the Webkit engine. This is popularly used to benchmark browsers across platforms. For more tech byts stay tuned with 🙂

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