Microsoft Edge tries to one-up Chrome with instant video calls and more

Microsoft Edge‘s move to Chromium was arguably an essential one if it wanted to remain competitive against Chrome, but in doing so it lost some of its uniqueness. As of right now, the browsers offer a very similar set of features. But now Microsoft is trying to differentiate its browser a bit by adding a few features you won’t find in Chrome without adding extensions, including a quick video call feature, a nifty new screenshotting tool, and built-in price comparisons. The video-calling tool, Meet Now, might be the coolest new feature. You’ll see the Meet Now button right on the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Microsoft

Microsoft Edge tries to one-up Chrome with instant video calls and more

Microsoft Edge‘s move to Chromium was arguably an essential one if it wanted to remain competitive against Chrome, but in doing so it lost some of its uniqueness. As of right now, the browsers offer a very similar set of features. But now Microsoft is trying to differentiate its browser a bit by adding a few features you won’t find in Chrome without adding extensions, including a quick video call feature, a nifty new screenshotting tool, and built-in price comparisons. The video-calling tool, Meet Now, might be the coolest new feature. You’ll see the Meet Now button right on the…

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