Three years after joining Windows 10, Microsoft's Edge browser has added features and shown some good statistical results, but it has not attracted many users away from the competition. Now, Windows Central reports that Microsoft could start with a new browser built on Chromium, open source base behind Google Chrome and other browsers like Brave, Amazon Silk and Opera.
The rumored code name for the project is Anaheim, and this news appears after a recent post by 9to5Google points out a number of code connections to the Chromium project by Microsoft developers. At that time, the news was centered on the possibility of a Windows 1
So why would they do this move, maybe as early as the first half of next year? Windows Central speculates that it could continue to render in accordance with Chrome while using the default browser to keep web developers happy, Microsoft watcher " Walking Cat " notes Edge supports multiple rendering engines already , and Swift on Security points to the popularity of ElectronJS in apps that require native optimizations to improve performance.