Is it the Time to ditch Google Chrome for Microsoft Edge Browser?

Microsoft Edge Browser is now Chromium-based, thus brings a competitive advantage to Google Chrome which is the dominating browser. We will help understand how the market

Is it the Time to ditch Google Chrome for Microsoft Edge Browser?

Microsoft Edge Browser is now developed based on the Chromium Open Source software which gives it :-

World-class performance

You get it all with the new Microsoft Edge—performance, compatibility, and speed to make browsing the web even more effortless.

More privacy & control

The new Microsoft Edge has built-in features designed to give you more control over your data and to protect your privacy online.

More productivity

The new Microsoft Edge comes complete with features designed to customize your browsing experience and to make you more productive.

More value

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Microsoft Edge has also introduced syncing of Bookmarks and Passwords from the Google Chrome Browser.

Google Chrome's fear of Microsoft Edge is revealing its bad side with its marketing strategy of seducing Microsoft edge users with enticing messages. While using Gmail, Try to Login a new Gmail Account or Google Search using Microsoft Edge browser the google platforms send a notification to Edge users to switch to Chrome.

"To use docs offline." Chrome wrote in its alluring message to Edge users, "upgrade to Chrome." The pop-up, of course, is insinuating that Edge users won't be able to enjoy the full scope of Google Docs' features -- offline usage included -- by limiting themselves to Microsoft Edge.

"Google is also showing these "Switch to Chrome" pop-ups to Microsoft Edge users on its  News, and even on Google Translate. Google seems to be solely targeting Edge users: "We didn't receive any pop-ups or warnings on Opera, which is also based on Chromium framework."

It makes us wonder if Chrome is sweating profusely about Edge conceivably grabbing an enormous portion of its Browser Users, could it be the “The Chrome Killer?”

Google and Microsoft have had a history of competing -- and playing a little dirty -- for each other's consumers.

There have been reports of Microsoft, for example, persuading users to choose Edge over Chrome on Windows 10. Perhaps Google, perpetuating this petty tug-of-war, is simply returning the favor.

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