Microsoft’s Windows 10 Browser Now Available for All iPhone Users

Saturday, 7 October 2017  (2 weeks ago)
Hell froze over earlier this week when Microsoft announced that it’s bringing Edge to Android and iOS, but while there were only limited seats available at first to try out the browser, everyone with an iPhone can now test the application. The software giant announced that it’s opening the public beta for Edge on iOS, which...

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