Exciting news - Windows 10 implemented a new browser into their software! Microsoft Edge is said to replace Internet Explorer, although it will still be available. Microsoft Edge has a cleaner user interface, it's faster, and it's meant to be used in full screen mode. Edge features a new layout option called Reading View. Reading View removes all pictures and extra, unnecessary data showing you just the text so it's easier to read. Just click the icon again and the view goes back to the regular page.
Windows also developed easy sharing functionality within the Edge browser. An icon in the top menu bar allows users to quickly share content or pages with others and even yourself. You can export content to OneNote and then add a message to remind yourself why you were sharing it! Similar to this, Edge allows you to annotate websites. Using the "make a web note" button within Edge browser, you can highlight certain information on the page to draw your attention to a certain area on the page. Then you can share that page with anyone, making data sharing just that much more efficient. So cool, Microsoft.