Windows 10 is preloaded with new Microsoft Edge browser which is the replacement for the old Internet Explorer. Many people started making Microsoft Edge as the default browser because Edge is light weight and faster when compared to Google Chrome.
The only problem with Microsoft Edge is it can’t load many websites properly and still can’t support many CSS rules. Developers still need to code separately for Edge browser.
Keeping dev thing aside, Microsoft Edge drinks less RAM when compared to Google Chrome and opens web pages faster than normal. It is pre-loaded with editing tools to add, highlight, save web pages as images.
Coming to compatibility issues, Google Chrome wins the battle. The best example is WhatsApp Web. Microsoft Edge can’t open it.
Recently Mashable shared an article comparing Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome and after many trails they concluded both have their own advantages and disadvantages.
Here are few technical stats you should consider before concluding the winner.
Real World Speed Test
This test gives a clear idea how these browsers are loading the web pages. After opening www.facebook.com on Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome, we cay say both of them are doing good. Chrome loads the site just 0.2 seconds faster than Microsoft Edge which is quite negligible.
Here is the result (Less is Better)
V8 Benchmark Suite
Who is Winner? Chrome or Edge
Well, both have their own pros and cons. Still many people prefer Google Chrome, But it is highly recommended to use Microsoft Edge if you have a low configured PC or Laptop’s with less RAM. Let us know which browser you like and why.