Sling TV Adds Support for Microsoft Edge




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Yesterday Sling TV announced that they have expanded device support to include the new Microsoft Edge web browser. Now there is one more browser option to watch Sling TV on with your Windows 10 PC.

“At Sling TV, we continue to bring your favorite live and on-demand TV to all your devices, whether it’s on your big screen at home or mobile phone when you’re on the go. Today, we’ve expanded our device platforms by launching on the Microsoft Edge browser, giving you another option to instantly watch Sling TV on your computer. Windows 10 users now don’t have to leave their Edge browser to watch Sling TV; simply visit to start streaming,” said Jimshade Chaudhari, vice president of product management at Sling TV.

How to watch Sling TV on Microsoft Edge:

Visit and download the latest version of the browser (must be EdgeHTML version 17 or higher). Once you download Edge, visit and sign in to your account to start watching TV.

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