With this version of Edge built on Chromium, Microsoft has recovered from the Internet Explorer turmoil. Stable, secure and accessible to all, the browser combines intuitive handling and advanced features to offer a fluid and complete user experience. We also appreciate its very good integration with the Microsoft ecosystem (Windows, Office 365, OneDrive, Teams, etc.) thanks to the user account.
Despite its qualities, Edge, like Chrome which it hopes to one day dethrone, proves to be catastrophic in terms of privacy management. Because, while we can welcome efforts to strengthen confidentiality (protection against tracking, enhanced security mode, SmartScreen), the browser is nonetheless a formidable tool for collecting personal information which, cross-checked with the data transmitted by other Microsoft services make it possible to establish a detailed profile of Internet users, profitable for the company as well as for advertisers.