The new Microsoft Edge Dev Browser (currently in development) appears much more user friendly and sleek. It also heavily borrows from open sourced software.
One of our major bugbears here at MyExtras with Edge is the inability to print background colours. The extras bulletin is much easier to read with the alternating coloured rows. Edge (Dev) fixes that.
The release date to Windows 10 users has not been mentioned, but it is a step in the right direction. Interestingly, Microsoft’s new Edge browser is Chromium-based and uses the Blink rendering engine. Blink is a browser engine used in the Google Chrome browser and many other projects. It is developed with contributions from Google, Opera Software ASA, Adobe Systems, Intel, Samsung and others.