Microsoft is about to solve one of the web’s biggest problems

While there are certainly times when notifications from websites can be useful, many people find them to be little more than an irritation and a distraction. This is something that Mozilla and Google are already well aware of, and both companies have taken steps to introduce quieter notifications in Firefox and Chrome. Now Microsoft is following suit with Edge.

With the latest version of Edge now being based on the same Chromium engine as Chrome, this is hardly surprising, and it is a move that will be welcomed by users who have been driven to distraction by an endless stream of notifications.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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