How to start using Microsoft Edge Chromium on Windows 10

Microsoft is moving away from its own version of Microsoft Edge, and is replacing it with a new browser that carries the same name, but it’s based on Chromium, an open-source web rendering engine developed by Google, which is also the engine behind Chrome, Opera, Amazon Silk, and many other browsers

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Google now treats iPhones as physical security keys

The latest update to Google’s Smart Lock app on iOS means you can now use your iPhone as a physical 2FA security key for logging into Google’s first-party services in Chrome.

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