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Microsoft Edge Chromium: new search engine and translator, native

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Published on Apr 15, 2019

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Microsoft has added support to the various search engines from Bing in the last build of the channel, the Canary of the Edge based on Chromium (the first build experimental have been released a few days ago). At the moment you can choose between DuckDuckGo, Yahoo, and Google, which is the same as the ones in the base installation of Google Chrome. Bing remains the default engine (the one used when you write in the address bar and press ENTER) but just at least do a search from the homepage of the other engines to see them appear in the Settings menu.

Microsoft does not provide a changelog with the daily news on channel Canary Edge, but promises to publish a report weekly on the official forum Insider. A few days ago, the company has published the details of the services and features removed or disabled by Google Chromium. There are changes that can be predicted (everything that relates to Chrome OS, say, or Google Cloud, Google Print, Google Pay), but also functionality to which the user has used; among these, the translator is a native and integrated Google Translate.

Apparently Microsoft has, however, in the program the input of its Microsoft Translate in Edge Chromium. You can activate with a right-click on the single page, or by accepting the proposal of the banner, pop-up; it will behave just like on Chrome, but will have a different destination. Those who want to download and try this new version of the browser Microsoft find installation packages on the site microsoftedgeinsider.com. Need a PC with Windows 10; support for Windows 8.1 and macOS is coming, while the one for Linux is still to be clarified.The middle range without compromise? Samsung Galaxy A7 2018, buy it at the best price from Unieuro to 229 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

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