Internet browsing is that one department where Microsoft has found it really difficult to make a breakthrough.
Even the introduction of a lightweight design could not save their last web browser release of Microsoft Edge. Introduced three years ago, the Edge could garnish only a little success as users walked-away from the browser after a flurry of issues made it difficult for them to surf the internet.
The tech giant has now decided to come up with a new web browser which will run on a rendering engine called Chromium. According to the reports, Microsoft will make an official announcement about its intentions to come up with a Chromium-based browser later this week.
With Chromium, websites should perform with higher stability. Codenamed Anaheim, the browser could use a new brand or back the already-in-place label of Edge.