Microsoft just rolled out a beta version of its Edge browser to Linux.

This is great news for those who own Chromebooks with Linux support and those who prefer Microsoft Edge over Google Chrome.

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Microsoft Edge Beta now available on Linux, including Ubuntu and Fedora

Microsoft Edge for Linux has slowly made its way through different levels of testing by Microsoft. Edge Dev has been available for Linux for some time, and it recently gained the ability to sync passwords and favorites. Now, you can grab Edge Beta for Linux.

Microsoft Edge Linux

Microsoft appears to be working on a more capable in-browser PDF reader …

The PDF reader that is built into Microsoft Edge is very good; however, it is lacking in some areas in comparison to the PDF Reader in Google Chrome. This is about to change. Follow the source link below to learn more…

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Microsoft Edge is getting new PDF features to rival Google Chrome

The legacy Microsoft Edge was by far the best PDF reader for Windows 10. Chromium Edge also comes with an excellent built-in PDF reader. However, until now, Chromium Edge has been somewhat lacking in that department, especially when compared to the legacy version.

Microsoft Edge PDF reader

Microsoft Edge seems to be getting a new feature that will make the text you see on the webpage smoother, clearer, and easier to read …

I am getting up in age and my eyes are not what they used to be; especially, when at the computer for great lengths of time. I welcome this new feature from Microsoft that will make the text you see in Microsoft Edge smoother, clearer and easier to read… You can read more by following the source link below.

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Microsoft Edge is getting better looking fonts on Windows 10

The feature is called “ClearType“, which is a Windows-only technology that improves the readability of texts, especially on LCD monitors.

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