Microsoft Edge is the new and improved web browser for Windows 10. Edge is faster, safer & gives you longer battery life. Stream 4K & take notes on web pages
Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android
Microsoft Edge, now available on iOS and Android, gives you one continuous browsing experience from your mobile device to your Windows 10 PC. Your stuff syncs in the background, allowing you to browse across devices, without skipping a beat.
Designed to help you focus on what matters
We built the browser from the ground up that is clean, modern, easy to use and puts your content front and center.
Longer battery life
Don’t just stream. Binge watch. When streaming HD video, Microsoft Edge lasts up to 19% longer than Chrome.
Microsoft Edge offers easy tools for previewing, grouping and saving web page tabs. You can quickly find, manage and open tabs you had set aside without leaving the page you are on.
Amp up your browsing experience
Microsoft Edge is the only browser that supports both 4K Ultra HD and Dolby Audio, giving you that crystal-clear, cinematic experience.
Capture your thoughts right in your book
Find your new favorite eBooks in the Store and read in Microsoft Edge. Plus you can personalize the content that is meaningful to you by writing or highlighting directly in the book.
Don’t just search. Find it faster.
Get thousands of answers right in your address bar. Just type to get instant results for weather reports, measurements, conversions, sports scores and more.
Don’t just wander. Manage your favorites in one place.
Use the Hub for quick and easy access to all of your favorite sites, reading list, what’s in your history, recent downloads and more.
Go beyond browsing
Today, a browser should do more than browse. Every click, swipe and search should move you forward. Microsoft Edge helps you stay one step ahead.
Don’t just shop. Save.
In Microsoft Edge, Cortana alerts you with details and coupons as you browse your favorite retailers.
Don’t just wonder. Discover.
Discover more about any subject without leaving the web page you’re on. Just use a simple right-click to ask Cortana, your built-in personal assistant.
Don’t just share links. Share inspiration.
Type notes or write directly on any web page and share them out instantly. Enjoy Microsoft Edge with inking & sharing built in.
Don’t just read. Clear away the clutter.
Enjoy Microsoft Edge with distraction-free reading built in when you want it. Also, you can save an article to read later or when you’re on the go.
Built-In Flash and PDF Support
Chrome was the first browser to come with Adobe Flash built in, rather than requiring a separate (and annoying) installation. Now Edge includes Flash, too, as does Opera, since that browser uses all of Chrome’s underlying page-rendering code. Not having to perform frequent Flash updates is a blessing—it updates automatically with the browser. This also avoids Flash security issues, because Chrome runs the plug-in in an isolated sandbox without access to critical system areas.
Like Firefox, however, Chrome is now phasing out Flash. In Firefox, Flash content is on-demand, meaning you okay it with a button before it runs. Google claims that Chrome does this for some Flash content already, and that in an upcoming release it take the same approach as Firefox.
Like Firefox and Edge, Chrome boasts a PDF reader, so you don’t have to worry about installing Adobe plug-ins for viewing specialized Web content. When you load a PDF, an intuitive toolbar appears when your mouse cursor is in the lower-right corner of the browser window. You can print PDFs as you would any web pages.
(PDF) Support Screenshots
Downloadable: Included with Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Server 2016, Xbox One