Yeah, you could say I’m pretty excited for this.
Ever since MSFT started including the Mac version of Outlook in on the good fun its Windows counterpart was capable of, their software’s been pretty good. I had a very public love affair with OneNote for the longest time until paying for an Office365 subscription didn’t make any sense for me considering I was already paying for plenty of space on iCloud and other solutions synced better with my devices.
When Edge Chromium was announced I was bouncing back and forth between Firefox and Opera on my PC. I’ve historically preferred actually using Edge, but for awhile, I stopped using it when running into some compatibility issues with some web-based applications I was using at the time. After ditching Edge, I switched back and forth between Firefox and Opera, but didn’t really feel compelled to stick with either one.
After exclusively using the Canary branch of Edge Chromium, I would highly recommend giving the new browser a try if you’re looking for alternatives or if you’re used to Chromium-based browsers elsewhere and you’d rather not have Google’s browser help track you across the web. And considering you can add in Chromium-compatible extensions, there’s fewer pain points to switching.