Microsoft Edge is built from the ground up to improve productivity, to be more secure, and to correctly, quickly and reliably render Web pages. While Microsoft Edge is the default browser for Windows 10 and is the best fit for most users, some enterprise customers have line-of-business applications built specifically for older Web technologies, which require Internet Explorer 11. Now the Microsoft Edge Team has announced a number of improvements in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update that make Microsoft Edge and IE11 work better together.
Now, IE11 will load on top of Microsoft Edge with no interstitial page that states “This website needs Internet Explorer 11.” This helps users complete the tasks they had set out to do more quickly.
Read more about these and other improvements on the Microsoft Edge Dev Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff