Microsoft Edge, formerly known only as Project Spartan, is set to be released with Windows 10, effectively replacing Internet Explorer (The Independent).
Internet Explorer will still be available with Windows 10 for a short period, to allow companies the chance to update their websites to work with newer browsers (The Independent). After that period, Internet Explorer will officially die.
But Microsoft Edge will fix many of Internet Explorers problems, such as a lack of popular extensions. It will have near compatibility with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox extensions (Neowin). With Internet Explorer, developers of apps and websites have to work extra hard to make their products work with it.
With the flexibility of extensions for Microsoft Edge, developers will be able to build extensions for three browsers at the same time, with minimal effort.
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