Microsoft's new web browser for Windows 10
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Pro Reading mode
Reading mode is a feature that can allow users to read an article in a reader mode, removing distractive elements such as ads and other elements, leaving only the main article and images, similar to Safari's reader mode and Firefox's recent addition of Reader View.
Pro Better performance
Performance in Microsoft Edge not just outperform Microsoft previous browser known as Internet Explorer, however due to the better technologies used in this browser, it also perform faster than other browser such as Chrome.
Pro Supports web notes (annotations, drawing and highlighting)
Microsoft Edge supports annotations, drawing and highlighting that can allow users to add annotations into the website as a reference, highlight the notes on the website and also draw anything on the website.
Pro No longer support legacy elements from Internet Explorer
Pro Reading list
Reading list is a read-it-later feature that can allow users to add article to this section and read the article later on similar to Pocket and Safari's Reading List
Pro Comes with Cortana
Cortana is a personal assistant and AI by Microsoft inside the Edge browser that can allow users to perform recommendation search, hints, highlights, answers and assistant based on the highlighted keywords user wish to perform and Cortana will give the results on the right side of the sidebar.
Pro Gorgeous new tab page
Users who launch a new tab will see a Google Now-like page where it shows the latest news, sports scores, weather, recommended apps, most visited sites, etc.
Con Windows 10 only
Edge is exclusively available on Microsoft Windows 10.
While Microsoft Edge is currently available for Windows 10 without additional monetary charge (free as in price), it is currently not free as in freedom (meaning that it does not allow users to view the source code used to create, to modify that code, or to redistribute modifications) and is therefore neither free nor open-source software.
Con Poor HTML5 support
Edge is considerably worse at rendering pages than Chrome or Firefox, or other leading competitors, and often encounters rendering issues where it doesn't render the page as the web designer expects.