Get the Most out of Microsoft Edge

A browser is such a vital part of modern personal computing, and if that software is not working as well as you'd like it to, the experience can really color your entire computing experience. 

Since its debut, Microsoft Edge has challenged users -- it's got a new user interface, it's not as chock-full of features as people would like, it's frustrating to people who had a thorough grasp on Internet Explorer or Google Chrome. Our writers have been grappling with Edge too. Here's how we've made it work for us.

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