What turns you on more? Farewell to Windows 7 due to termination of support and the hot premiere of Microsoft, i.e. the new Edge Chromium browser.
Ending support for Windows 7 is a real deal. The time has come to say goodbye to a system that wept for after the release of Windows 8 (and 8.1), and which also caused problems for Windows 10, inhibiting its popularization. However, don't be surprised if you come across seven in many places where this system is behind a completely different interface, such as cash registers, ATMs, advertising banners and other workstations. There are still ways to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free, which is why you might want to be interested in it, because for security reasons, using Windows 7 can carry a number of risks.
Read also: The great premiere of Microsoft. New Edge browser
For a completely different reason, I have good information for you from the Microsoft camp, because the company has officially presented the Edge browser based on the Chromium engine. It came on Windows and macOS, is compatible with add-ons created for Chrome, but also offers its own solutions, characteristic of Microsoft's browser – including support for the stylus and all tools dedicated to it. This is an interesting alternative for those who have not soaked into another ecosystem, e.g. Chrome. However, I would be closer to Opera than Edge, although the chances of moving here are really negligible. Nobody but Google has introduced mobile browsers that synchronize with the desktop so quickly, and this reliability holds me firmly with Chrome.
What more do we have to say about the new Edge Chromium and farewell to Windows 7? In the latest episode of the Antyweb podcast After Hours you'll hear Jakub Szczęsny and Konrad Kozłowski (it's me!). Enjoy listening!
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