Although they’re often times the primary source of income for websites, on-site advertisements can annoy even the most tolerable reader. That’s why ad blockers have been some of the most popular downloads on Firefox and Chrome for some time now, demonstrating that when it comes down to it, most people just want nothing to do with ads shoved in their face.

And then Microsoft introduced Edge, a brand new web browser created from the ground up to replace the much-maligned Internet Explorer. Edge provides its users with a fast web-browsing experience and a couple of neat extras, like the ability… more


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