Sure, but if you want to use it to view actual web sites you'll often find yourself out of luck. Its unfortunate that websites that require Internet Explorer won't work with Edge. Thats a real problem, but then there are many other sites I require daily as part of business that allow any browser, yet still don't work with Edge. Things like iDrac, or managing vSphere environments. Edge is so poor at compatibility and rendering pages, that its simply a liability. I don't have time to enter my details into every web site twice because I stupidly starting filling out the form with Edge before realizing it doesn't render any of the submit buttons!
In short, MS should perhaps spend less time extending the battery life when using Edge and concentrate a little bit more on making their browser work with web pages, which is actually its central function.