Microsoft opens up even more, now sharing public changelog for Edge browser

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Microsoft is using its new browser – Edge – to make a point: it wants to be more open. Case in point – the publicly accessible changelog. Internet Explorer was infamously opaque. The company never provided detailed changelogs for its releases. Edge looks like it’ll be a different story. A new area on the Microsoft Web platform site — where the company also tracks user requests for the browser — will detail the changes made to each release of the browser, such as additions of new Web standards or features. This is a welcome change for Web developers, because they’re now able to actually…

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