Microsoft has updated its new Edge browser to deliver a 13% performance boost

Microsoft has updated its new Edge browser to deliver a 13% performance boost

Microsoft has updated its new Edge browser to deliver a 13% performance boost

Last week, UL Benchmarks praised Microsoft for the performance boost offered by the company’s new Chromium-based Edge browser, and the 10% performance improvement that the browser offered over Old Edge within its benchmark suite. 

Now, Microsoft has revealed that it has measured up to a 13% improvement in browsing performance within its latest versions of new Edge, using browsing data from the Speedometer 2.0 benchmark. 

Edge’s upcoming beta builds for Edge will include these improvements, though the latest Dev and Canary builds already offer these changes. These improvements will help Edge to feel more responsive to inputs and help web pages load faster, enabling an improved web browsing experience. 

One Microsoft validates these improvements, the will release to Edge’s mainstream versions, offering faster browsing to their entire Edge userbase. These optimisations should arrive with Edge version 81. 

Microsoft has updated its new Edge browser to deliver a 13% performance boost  

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