Old Terrier: Google and Mozilla deliver cakes for Microsoft’s new Edge team

Old cnBeta fans should remember the browser maker’s “give cake” terrier, perhaps the browser market Google Chrome is too calm, we haven’t seen each other give each other cakes for a long time. But the launch of the new Chromium Edge excited the development team for a while, and Google and Mozilla teamed up to deliver a long-lost cake for Microsoft’s new Edge team.

Every major release between browser vendors sends a cake to each other, a tradition that has continued for years, says Joshua Berenhaus, a member of Microsoft’s Edge development team, after tasting it, and Mozilla’s cake is better in terms of its value. It’s coffee-flavoured and probably baked by Mike’s Amazing Cakes in Redmond.

Old Terrier: Google and Mozilla deliver cakes for Microsoft's new Edge team

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Old Terrier: Google and Mozilla deliver cakes for Microsoft's new Edge team

Old Terrier: Google and Mozilla deliver cakes for Microsoft's new Edge team

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Old Terrier: Google and Mozilla deliver cakes for Microsoft's new Edge team

然而从蛋糕上划了拼写检查错误波浪线的的Bing it on语句清楚表明,Mozilla不一定会对微软Edge浏览器迁移到Chromium的决定感到兴奋,Mozilla首席执行官Chris Beard批评微软采用与Google Chrome相同的引擎,并解释说,“微软将对在线生活的更多控制权移交给了Google。”

“It’s risky to make Google stronger in many ways, and much of it depends on the behavior of Web developers and businesses that create services and websites. If a product like Chromium has enough market share, Web developers and businesses can more easily decide, rather than worrying about whether their services and sites can be used with Chromium,” he said.

However, the move to Chromium has also enabled Microsoft to bring its browser to non-Windows platforms, including macOS, and is expected to have a Linux version of Edge at some point in the future.

On Windows 10, the Chromium Microsoft Edge browser replaced the old version as the new default browser and has already begun distribution through Windows Update, and now it looks like the market share gain is significant.