But people who have compared Edge and Chrome know that the declaration is not exactly the same as the experience of Windows 10 users, and now Tekrevue.com has made a more detailed examination of it.
But in the modern mode Speedometer 2 benchmark test (January 2018), the more "real world" browser benchmarks, the situation looks a little different. On the high-end system, Edge is about 35% slower than Chrome and Opera, about 22% slower than Firefox, while in the middle system, Edge is nearly 40% slower than Chrome and Opera, while maintaining a 22% gap between Firefox and Firefox.
Tekrevue thinks Microsoft selectively uses an obsolete browser benchmark to highlight the highlights of Edge's competitors. For Microsoft's browser, the actual use may not be so optimistic, because it has significant performance flaws in other tests.
But Edge is not useless, as long as it does not match performance, such as Cortana integration, better text rendering, smooth rolling and better battery life, or a lot of impression.