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New Microsoft Edge Update Will Let You Edit Text In PDFs Directly

PDFs occupy a unique space in that they are very essential for a lot of purposes but at the same time can be really frustrating to work around with all things having been considered and taken into account. For the most part if you ever want to edit a PDF you would need to make use of a third party application which is something that usually doesn’t facilitate a speedy process because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up requiring you to do a lot more clicks before you’re done.

What this essentially means is that filling out PDF forms has always been a bit of a nightmare, but with all of that having been said and now out of the way it is important to note that Microsoft has just changed the game in a lot of ways. The Microsoft Edge browser just got an update that would allow you to edit PDFs within the browser itself, thereby saving you massive amounts of time and making things incredibly convenient for you as well.

Soon, when you open a PDF in Microsoft Edge, you will see an “add text” option in the top right corner. Simply clicking on this option would be enough to allow you to get the work done, and this level of intuitiveness is just what people have wanted all this time. This is going to give Chrome some stiff competition and potentially make a lot of people convert to using Edge permanently, something that would change the internet a lot as Google Chrome has seen some pretty strong dominance over the past decade or so and few if any thought that this was going to end up changing anytime soon. The fact that Microsoft might be the one to topple Google’s browser dominance is truly ironic if you think about it.

H/T: Windowslatest.

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