Microsoft continues to improve the Chromium browser core is beneficial to the entire browser industry

Microsoft has followed the approach of if you can’t beat them, join them” for the browser market. The new research on browser market share reveals that Microsoft continues to profit very much from this. Microsoft also opted to use the Chromium core to create the Edge browser instead of using the latest source code to improve the browser.

Friday, November 20, 2020, 17:28 GMT

Chromium is a Google-led open source initiative, and company firms such as Intel and Nvidia have also participated.

Chromium still has its own challenges, including bad battery life and memory management, so to improve this situation, Microsoft has been exploring new features. New data reveals that 161 engineers from the Microsoft Edge team have contributed more than 1835 contributions to the Chromium open source project since November last year. In several fields, such as battery, memory, performance, privacy, interface, media playback, and HTML type control, Microsoft has worked hard. The commitment of Microsoft to Chromium has given its own browsers, such as Edge and Google Chrome, many advantages.

It is worth noting that Windows 10 has now been upgraded by Microsoft, which is also useful for the Chromium platform. In the Windows 10 May 2020 upgrade, for instance, Microsoft offers the SegmentHeap functionality to minimize the memory consumption of all browsers. A continuous stream of new functionality is also constantly being contributed to Chromium by Microsoft. In fact, the code submission published earlier today reveals that the technology giant aims to strengthen the browser’s security by new permission elevation methods.

Not only does Microsoft Edge, but also Chrome, benefit from these updates. Microsoft has also patched a Google Chrome browser-specific issues. Microsoft, for instance, has made Chromium improvements that would help Google Chrome fix the way its updates and Windows 10 action center function.

Chromium still has its own challenges, including bad battery life and memory management, so to improve this situation, Microsoft has been exploring new features. New data reveals that 161 engineers from the Microsoft Edge team have contributed more than 1835 contributions to the Chromium open source project since November last year. In several fields, such as battery, memory, performance, privacy, interface, media playback, and HTML type control, Microsoft has worked hard. The commitment of Microsoft to Chromium has given its own browsers, such as Edge and Google Chrome, many advantages.

It is worth noting that Windows 10 has now been upgraded by Microsoft, which is also useful for the Chromium platform. In the Windows 10 May 2020 upgrade, for instance, Microsoft offers the SegmentHeap functionality to minimize the memory consumption of all browsers. A continuous stream of new functionality is also constantly being contributed to Chromium by Microsoft. In fact, the code submission published earlier today reveals that the technology giant aims to strengthen the browser’s security by new permission elevation methods.

Not only does Microsoft Edge, but also Chrome, benefit from these updates. Microsoft has also patched a Google Chrome browser-specific issues. Microsoft, for instance, has made Chromium improvements that would help Google Chrome fix the way its updates and Windows 10 action center function.