BETA of Edge, or how we learn to be with Firefox OS!

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Its been hours since Microsoft Edge BETA was activated again but like ever feels familiar. It is just the fact that by BETA we are closer to open-source. In our MS-Project it was never a problem to spell "No Problem" by "No Problem, open source, but how with Microsoft and MS DOS?".

The awnser from now on is easy, it is BETA, like in Europe some tribes have it easy to go with Barbar by Greece, for all MS-DOS users they can just go with BETA.

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