The best and worst of Microsoft’s ‘Microsoft Edge’ browser for mobile and tablets

This week Microsoft has released a number of new versions of its Edge browser, one of which is Microsoft Edge Mobile, which runs on the Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL.

We’ve seen it for a while now, and we’ve also tested a number other Microsoft Edge browsers.

However, this latest update brings a number more enhancements, and some major improvements to how it handles image loading and saving.

The most notable change is a new feature called Edge-like video compression.

Edge-Like Video Compression lets you choose from a wide range of compression levels for videos and audio files.

You can see an example of Edge-type video compression here: Here’s an example: This lets you save a video file with a low compression level to the local storage of your device, or a high compression level for a high quality video file to the cloud.

This means that, for example, a video that has a high resolution and a low quality would be saved to the storage of the Lumia 950.

You would need to go into the settings of the browser to set the low or high quality settings.

As we’ve seen with some other Microsoft devices, Edge-style video compression works great on the Lumia 920 and Lumia 925.

We like this feature, but you might find it not as convenient or useful as it should be.

Here are the highlights of the Edge-Video Compression enhancement: Edge-video compression on the 920, 950 and 950 XL: In Edge- video compression mode, you can select from one of the following levels: High quality, which will take advantage of the high-resolution image.