Posted 05/13/2015 at 11:26 AM
Posted 2 years ago
For those Windows users questioning what could be next after the demise of Internet Explorer, Microsoft is set to provide an answer that will address users’ growing concerns about their online security, according to recent reports.
Edge will also stamp out phishing attempts with the help of its internal Passport technology that will authenticate users with a single-sign in process. Microsoft has also taken pains to make Edge a sleek experience, with a home page that gives users access to their Web-based apps along with Chrome and Firefox extension support. Not looking to leave anything to chance, the company has initiated a Windows 10 Technical Preview Browser Bug Bounty Program. Those who take part can get paid if they discover any bugs within the program and report it to Microsoft.