A Look at Worked in IE but Won’t Work in Microsoft Edge

A Look at Worked in IE but Won’t Work in Microsoft Edge

By Rich W Woods Today, Microsoft posted a blog post with a comprehensive breakdown of all of the things that worked in Internet Explorer, but won’t work in Microsoft Edge. It’s a pretty long list. Microsoft says that they removed 220,000 lines of code from Internet Explorer, while adding 300,000 lines of code for Microsoft Edge.

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Microsoft Edge Team to Host Q&A at 2:30 PM PT

Microsoft Edge Team to Host Q&A at 2:30 PM PT

By Rich W Woods Have a question for the Microsoft Edge team? Well, your question might be answered, assuming you take the time to ask. At 2:30 PM Pacific Time, you can go to the Dev Summit webcast to see if they pick your question. To submit your question, simply tweet it with the hashtag, #AskMSEdge. Personally, I asked if Microsoft Edge will ever be cross-platform, since extensions could make it a viable competitor to…

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Microsoft Edge (Project Spartan) will Support Extensions

Microsoft Edge (Project Spartan) will Support Extensions

By Rich W Woods Today, Microsoft made a whole bunch of announcements at Microsoft Build, Microsoft’s yearly developer conference. They announced that .NET Framework and Visual Studio Code will be available on Mac OS and Linux. They announced that web apps, .NET and Win32 apps, Android apps, and Objective-C apps will be able to be submitted into the Windows 10 Store. They even announced a name for Project Spartan, which will be Microsoft Edge. Finally,…

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Project Spartan will be Called Microsoft Edge

Project Spartan will be Called Microsoft Edge

By Rich W Woods Today, at Microsoft Build, Microsoft’s yearly developer conference, Microsoft finally announced a name for their new browser in Windows 10, and it’s Microsoft Edge. I’m not sure why they didn’t just call it Edge. After all, it’s not Microsoft Internet Explorer or Apple Safari. I suppose it’s ok, but we’re all just going to call it Edge. Edge comes with three functionalities that other browsers do not. Users can mark up…

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Hands On with Project Spartan

Hands On with Project Spartan

By Rich W Woods Microsoft released a new Windows 10 build this week, build 10049. Even Microsoft themselves said that the only real new feature is their new browser and replacement for Internet Explorer, Project Spartan. I decided to spend a little bit of time with Project Spartan on camera. I had never used it before, only for a couple minutes the night before. This is me, figuring out all of the new features and…

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New Windows 10 Build 10049 Brings Spartan

New Windows 10 Build 10049 Brings Spartan

By Rich W Woods Today, Microsoft released their second Windows 10 build in the month of March. Of course, it’s a desktop build, as it’s clear that Microsoft is once again making the mistake of focusing on desktop instead of mobile. Then, if it fails, we’ll all blame it on being “late to the game” or some crap like that, but I digress… The new Windows 10 build is build 10049 and it is (apparently)…

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Microsoft is Not Killing Internet Explorer

Microsoft is Not Killing Internet Explorer

By Rich W Woods We have been hearing for some time that Microsoft was working on a new browser to replace Internet Explorer. They made it official in January, showing off Project Spartan. When they announced Project Spartan, they also said that Internet Explorer would still be around, just in case some businesses were trying to load web sites that might not load correctly in Spartan. After all, Windows has over one and a half…

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