By the way, I just read that Microsoft is bringing out a new version of Windows that is meant to be a competitor to Chromebooks. This new version, Microsoft WIndows S, will not allow any apps that don't come from the app store, and in addition, will not allow native Chrome.
How will this affect Construct 3. Will they allow NW.js?
This looks very similar to what Apple does now, which is that when you install Chrome on a Mac, you're really installing a Chrome shell and the underlying technology is ... ugh ... Safari. And so I'm assuming that if Google decides to provide a "Chrome" browser, it will really run Edge under the hood.
So how bad is Edge these days?
I thought browsers were getting closer together. Now they're looking like they're getting farther apart, so we'll have just three options: Safari on Mac, Edge on Windows, and ... uh ... Chrome on Chromebooks. Oh, and whatever you want on Linux.. Android does allow everything, but iOS is just as restrictive as Mac.
HTML5 is universal, except when it isn't.