@peternlewis, would you consider adding Microsoft Edge to the web browsers supported by KM?
KM does NOT see it as a "Front Most Browser".
MS Edge has made a lot of progress in the last year, and is now the #4 web browser world-wide. This review rates MS Edge over Google Chrome:
There is a lot of interest and discussion about MS Edge in this topic, starting with post# 28:
Using a Non-Safari, Non-Chrome Browser - Start of MS Edge Discussion
I have installed MS Edge, and so far it looks very good. It imported all of my Google Chrome bookmarks and extensions easily. So I was instantly up and running.
I'll close with the conclusion of the above comparison:
Google Chrome vs. Microsoft Edge: Overall winner
I was a bit stunned by the results and reluctant to name Edge the winner the last time I conducted this face-off. But I feel no such qualms this time around. Unless your laptop is loaded down with more RAM than you know what to do with, ==Google Chrome is going to negatively impact your system performance if you run more than a handful of tabs== at a time.
If that were the lone advantage of Edge I wouldn’t recommend it as there’s a lot more that goes into a browser. But as you can see from the results above, ==Edge consistently performed better than Chrome== While not to a massive degree, the speed boost is another point in Edge’s favor.
==Security and privacy are undeniably easier to manage on Edge== and while extensions and overall platform support are in Google’s favor, they are both hovering on the edge of being a draw as Microsoft is only half a step behind on both.
While there is definitely a bit of a learning curve as you adjust some of your habits from however many years of Chrome use, ==Microsoft has made switching quite easy== and I’d recommend that you give it a shot to see for yourself if Edge gives you the better experience as it did for me.