Have you gotten the new Windows 10 yet? There's one big thing missing that's been in every version of Windows for a long time: Internet Explorer. The name of the game is Edge now. It's the all-new browser that comes with Windows 10. There's a cool thing you can do with Edge that you might not know about.
Whether you're using Edge on a desktop or on a tablet, you can write and draw on the websites you're looking at. And it's super simple.
On the upper right of the Microsoft Edge toolbar, there's an icon that looks like a pen inside a square. Click on that and you can choose either a pen or a highlighter, and when you click on either of those, you can change the ink color and the size of the nib. Check it out:
Now, if you close the window, you'll lose your notes and scribblings. To keep a copy, use either the "Save" or "Share" button, also in the upper right of the toolbar. Your annotated webpage will then be saved or shared for posterity. Pretty cool, huh?
Let us know if you've been using this new Microsoft Edge feature, and for the latest Windows 10 news, keep checking back to our Happening Now page.