Posts in EdgeHTML

PC, Tablet

Protecting Microsoft Edge against binary injection

By Crispin Cowan

In May, we announced that Microsoft Edge was saying goodbye to binary extensibility models such as ActiveX and Browser Helper This change made browsing in Windows faster, more secure, and more stable than ever, while paving the way for better… Read more

Mobile, PC, Tablet

Creating your own browser with HTML and JavaScript

By Microsoft Edge Team

Over the past several months, we have made numerous improvements to the Microsoft Edge rendering engine (Microsoft EdgeHTML), focusing on interoperability with modern browsers and compliance with new and emerging In addition to powering Microsoft Edge, EdgeHTML is also available… Read more

Mobile, PC, Tablet

Introducing Microsoft Edge Dev

By Microsoft Edge Team

On behalf of the Microsoft Edge team, I’m thrilled to welcome you to the brand new Microsoft Edge Dev Blog, now part of the Windows Blogs family! Like the IEBlog before it, this is where the Microsoft Edge team will… Read more

Mobile, PC, Tablet

Improving interoperability with DOM L3 XPath

By Microsoft Edge Team

As part of our ongoing focus on interoperability with the modern Web, we’ve been working on addressing an interoperability gap by writing an implementation of DOM L3 XPath in the Windows 10 Web Today we’d like to share how we… Read more