Microsoft brings Edge to Android and iOS, relaunches Arrow Launcher as Microsoft Launcher

Microsoft brings Edge to Android and iOS, relaunches Arrow Launcher as Microsoft Launcher

October 10th, 2017
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If you want more proof that Microsoft is embracing Android and iOS, boy, do

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The company has launched Edge for iOS in preview, promised Edge for Android is coming soon, and launched Microsoft Launcher for Android in public preview.

Edge for iOS preview is available via Apple’s TestFlight and is limited, per Apple’s rules, to 10,000 users. Microsoft is inviting Windows Insiders in the U.S. to sign up here. Android users can also sign up at that same link — the preview will hit the Google Play Store in the coming weeks. Microsoft is hoping to release Edge for Android and iOS out of preview “later this year.”

The Microsoft Launcher is available in preview for English users in the United States on Google Play. Microsoft promises to bring it to other markets “over time” and launch it out of preview “later this year,” as well.

It is noticeable that the two Core i7 parts both have an all-core turbo of 4.3 GHz, which is only ever matched by the single threaded turbo of the Core i5-8600K. Not only is moving up from the Core i5 to the Core i7 doubling the threads, but the frequency gain is another addition in performance. The Core i5-8600K has a tray price of $257, while the Core i7-8700 is at $303. Overclocking is lost but the threads are doubled, the available turbo frequencies are improved, the cache goes up, and the TDP goes down.

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