Having tried a range of Android hardware since the death of Windows Phone, the Samsung Galaxy line is where I feel closest to home.
The Samsung Galaxy range includes some of the best and most popular Android hardware, and it has for a long time. However, competition is heating up. From OnePlus’s “affordable” flagship phones to advancing tech from Huawei and Google’s Pixel line, Samsung’s Galaxy phones are far from your only option nowadays. However, as a Windows Phone refugee, Samsung’s Galaxy phones fall quite easily closest to home.
While many Microsoft services are available on Android and iOS, the look and feel of Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile is missed by many users. While there’s no way to make an exact replicate of the now-dead mobile operating system, you can make your Android phone look like a Windows Phone in a few different ways.
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Whether you’re using Google Chrome, Opera, or Brave to browse the web, under the hood, it’s all really just Chrome. Chrome has become more-or-less the de facto way to render the web. Microsoft has long tried to avoid that fact by constantly working on Internet Explorer then Edge, but it seems no more. Microsoft is reportedly embracing Chrome with a new replacement browser for Windows 10.