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A Week with Microsoft Edge: The only browser to stream Netflix content in 4K

Written By published April 21, 2017

This week, we’ve shared a new video and blog post every day to introduce you to the best of Microsoft Edge, and, in our final post today, we’re talking all about entertainment.

Did you know Microsoft Edge is the only browser that enables you to stream 4k Ultra HD Netflix movies and TV shows*, and the only browser on Windows 10 to support Dolby Digital Plus audio format natively? We also designed Microsoft Edge to deliver more battery life when unplugged – without any special battery saving mode or changes to default settings – so you can stream content longer than on other browsers, giving you more time to binge-watch your favorite show without hunting for an outlet.

Here are some tips for getting the most out of entertainment with Microsoft Edge:

You can catch up on other blog posts in this week’s series below.

A Week with Microsoft Edge: Get started with the browser designed for Windows 10

A Week with Microsoft Edge: How to organize the web

Windows 10 Tip: Get started with Microsoft Edge extensions

A Week with Microsoft Edge: The browser built for books and reading

Thanks for tuning in this week to learn more about Microsoft Edge!

*4K Ultra HD exclusivity is limited to PC’s. 4K Ultra HD works in both Microsoft Edge and Netflix app. Only 7th Gen Intel Core processor devices can decrypt 4K DRM. Netflix Ultra HD plan required.