I honestly want to know what the appeal of Edge is. There's a huge thread next to this one where people are going through a lot of trouble to get the Chromium beta working. Would you go through all this trouble for a different browser that's not ready yet? For instance, the Brave browser doesn't have sync working yet, except in the newest beta. Would you go through all that trouble to get Brave working with sync if you had to do what you're having to do to get Chromium Edge working? I know only 2 advantages of Edge: 1) It comes with most versions of Windows 10 and can be installed on ones where it doesn't. 2) It does 1080p on Netflix. The disadvantages are: 1) It's not ready yet, it's still beta. I'm truly asking out of ignorance. This is coming from someone who has only used Edge to download Firefox and Chrome. The few times I've used it, it was slow and felt "mushy" when you click an option in settings which is typical for UWP apps. I'm not a fan of UWP apps in general. This is on a fast gaming computer, so it's not the computer, I assure you. So, please answer this one question for me: What is the appeal of the Chromium (or non-Chromium) Edge browser for you?