I don’t usually blog about these topics, but I feel Windows 10 and the Edge browser justify it. Also, I need a little break from the ABP related posts.
Just upgraded my old laptop from Windows 7 to Windows 10 Enterprise. In the past, I have decided to skip Windows 8 altogether because it made me feel like a fish out of the water and an unproductive one at it.
Windows 10 feels right to me.
It upgraded smoothly in about 1 hour and It runs great on my weak (3GB RAM, 2.4GHz dual core) laptop. The UX is very friendly and I know where to find everything.
Although I have only skimmed Windows 10, I feel I won’t regret upgrading.
The new Edge browser looks good. Clean and functional UI with good performance. Haven’t compared properly yet, but it feels at least as fast as Chrome, and like Chrome it uses multiple processes.
The best news, is that Microsoft Dynamics CRM (Online, RU 0.1) is running smoothly on Edge. No error messages, good performance (especially compared with IE).
This shouldn’t be taken for granted. As far as I can remember, no new version of IE could run Microsoft Dynamics CRM application from day one, without some adjustments made in IE browser, Microsoft Dynamics CRM application or both.
So in the next few days, I will be wearing Microsoft Dynamics CRM on Edge. I am looking forward to make Edge my default browser.