Microsoft has finally released the official, stable version of its Chromium-based Edge web browser. And while that doesn’t mean that your old-school Edge is going away today, Microsoft will start rolling out the Chromium browser in small batches before eventually replacing it via Windows Update this summer.
Long has Microsoft Edge – and it’s discontinued sibling Internet Explorer – been the bane of the internet browsing world. But a new version might just give it the edge it’s always needed and it’s using Google to make it happen.
Brave, a chromium-based web browser that boasts an ad-free browsing experience, will now pay users to watch ads. That’s right — the ad-blocking browser will now be running ads, but in a more thoughtful way than we’re accustomed to.