Microsoft-Edge
Today use a web browser to a large extent determined by the extras it offers as Add Ons which can be installed, and which improve the user experience. Users used at least a dozen add ons (mail, social networking, ad blocking, etc.).

Microsoft wants to make you use Edge Browser (successor of Internet Explorer), but he still does not support extensions you will have to use it without their services. Unfortunately, in a statement to Ars Technica, Microsoft confirmed rumors that their current plan is to add extensions in 2016. The decision apparently was based on the need to verify whether extensions offer a high level of security and whether they will open doors for hackers.

In November is expected update of Windows, which will bring integration to Skype, new features for Cortana and activation process with which to accept product keys from earlier versions of Windows.

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