Microsoft announced late last year that it was planned toand use a chromium-based open source base that was used in both [Chrome […] and Brave Opera and other popular browsers
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Switching to Chromium, Microsoft said, will enable Edge to better meet web standards. The swap also means that a browser does less than Google's open source project: Mozilla's Firefox and Apple's Safari are still using their own browser engines.
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