Re: NVDA and edge
I am unconvinced that it's goind to matter much over time, but we'll see. One reason firefox is using a different engine is to get more speed and, according to some reviews I've seen, it is now a little faster than Chrome, though the difference, it appears from the very little I've read about this, isn't significant. A number of years ago, Kim Komando observed that browsers are becoming increasingly alike and as time passes, I suspect this is increasingly true. so this or that browser may be better at one time or another but in general, I doubt it will matter much over time, assuming they all remain reasonably accessible.
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Well I think crohm is the best browser ever now because it is very faster and loads pages quicker than fire fox 56.0.2
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I do like Edge. Now that Firefox is going down its road of dubious screen reader accessibility, Edge may well become what Internet Explorer used to be.
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Maybe edge will be even snappier when NVDA 2017.4 comes out next month.
On 10/28/2017 12:40 AM, David Moore wrote: