These Are The Google Features That Microsoft Disabled In Chromium Edge

After several months of waiting, with leaks and some previous photos, we can finally download the new Microsoft Edge browser based on Chromium for Windows 10 in its Dev and Canary versions, with a performance that is even better than the tech giant Google’s used Chrome browser currently offers. The only fault of this improvement is the tech giant Microsoft has disabled 53 Google functions in its new browser. While the all-new Microsoft’s Chromium Edge offers better performance than the tech giant Google’s most used Chrome browser currently offers, and above all it also allows you to see Netflix in 4K, so many users will simply go to use it as the default browser. Some say that the tech giant Microsoft doesn’t have to make this browser since they are worth with Chrome, and the tech giant Microsoft should give up. However, it is good that the tech giant Google has supported it so that it does not stop. Also Read: Top 20 Best Google Chrome Tricks and Tips However, this project will not be Chrome with additions from the tech giant Microsoft, but they want to do it right from scratch. Therefore, they have decided to remove a large number of functions that they do not see necessary or will not use, which are listed in the following image that they have published.

Among them, we can see that there is no word correction, ad blocking, filled-in boxes, notifications, store extensions, storage in the cloud, Google Pay, and other functions related to Chrome OS. Many features are helpful in Chrome, which we use daily, but the tech giant Microsoft has probably decided to do without to improve performance. Some have been replaced by solutions from the tech giant Microsoft itself. The tech giant Microsoft is very supportive of the Chromium project; since joining the project, they have already added 275 commits. As the company wants to continue supporting the project instead of creating one that divides the community, this is one reason they have decided to do without Edge in its current version. Moreover, the new Microsoft Chromium Edge will be available for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and macOS. A version for Linux has not yet been confirmed, but since it is based on Chromium, there should not be any reason they did not launch the browser for this system, although they probably do not want to maintain one more version. Also Read: 5 Most Secure Private Browsers For iPhone Moreover, the first stable version of the tech giant Microsoft’s Chromium Edge will be available in the year’s second half, probably after the summer. While the tech giant Microsoft will announce the final date in the future. For now, the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2019 Update will continue to rely on Edge, which will receive security updates but will only include news and features, as it has very little life remaining. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below. And if you liked this post, do not forget to share this post with your friends and family.