Microsoft Edge Becomes First Browser To Support Dolby Audio

By | May 30, 2015 | 0 Comments


Microsoft Edge Becomes First Browser To Support Dolby AudioAudiophiles rejoice.

Now here is something that should impact the vast majority of people that decided to give Microsoft Edge a try. According to the latest report, the software giant has partnered with Dolby to bring some of the audio technologies to its web browser.

So how exactly is this beneficial? Well, if you have a surround system hooked up then developers will be able to leverage it and enhance your overall listening experience, yes, even thorough the web browser. However, the good news don’t stop there. What if you have a regular laptop with not so great speakers, headphones or just a PC that utilizes simple 2.1 setup? Thanks to the new Dolby Digital Plus mode that is coming with Windows 10, you should be getting a much clearer and louder audio as well. Or to put it simply, everybody wins.

If you have a PC that is already running Windows 10, then head over to the following link and check the audio demo, after all, it’s your ears that will be feeling the difference not your eyes that are currently scanning this text.

[Via: Dolby]


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