Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs Chrome 70 opens up progressive web apps to Windows 10 users who don’t want to use Edge or Microsoft Store.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Google’s Chrome 70 was released on Tuesday and with it comes support for desktop progressive web apps (PWAs) on Windows 10 that look and behave like normal desktop apps.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Google’s Chrome 70 was released on Tuesday and with it comes support for desktop progressive web apps (PWAs) on Windows 10 that look and behave like normal desktop apps.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

By techrepublic | 10-18 02:42. Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs. This article originally appeared on ZDNet. Google’s Chrome 70 was released on Tuesday and with it comes support for desktop progressive web apps (PWAs) on Windows 10 that look and behave like normal desktop apps.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Chrome has supported desktop PWAs since Chrome 67 on Chrome OS, but Chrome 70’s support for Windows 10 significantly expands the potential use of PWAs given that Chrome is far more widely used on Windows than Microsoft Edge.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Chrome has supported desktop PWAs since Chrome 67 on Chrome OS, but Chrome 70’s support for Windows 10 significantly expands the potential use of PWAs given that Chrome is far more widely used on Windows than Microsoft Edge.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs Google’s Chrome 70 was released on Tuesday and with it comes support for desktop progressive web apps (PWAs) on Windows 10 that look and behave like normal desktop apps.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Google’s Chrome 70 was released on Tuesday and with it comes support for desktop progressive web apps (PWAs) on Windows 10 that look and behave like normal desktop apps. Websites like Twitter and Spotify that support PWAs can now launch on Windows 10 without the usual address bar, tabs, and navigation buttons, offering a more […]

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

As noted by Neowin in May, Edge on version 1809 is able to install PWAs from the web too, meaning the Gmail PWA, which isn’t on the Microsoft Store, can be used as a PWA on Windows. However, now that Chrome support for PWAs means that users on version 1803 and below can take advantage of more native web apps by installing Chrome 70.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Oct 18, 2018 · Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs ZDNet Chrome has supported desktop PWAs since Chrome 67 on Chrome OS, but Chrome 70’s support for Windows 10 significantly expands the potential use of PWAs given that Chrome is far more widely used on Windows than Microsoft Edge. In the Spotify …

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs Google’s Chrome 70 was released on Tuesday and with it comes support for desktop progressive web apps (PWAs) on Windows 10 that look and behave like normal desktop apps.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs by gingdu · 10/17/2018 Google’s Chrome 70 was released on Tuesday and with it comes support for desktop progressive web apps (PWAs) on Windows 10 that look and behave like normal desktop apps.

Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don’t need Edge

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