The new Microsoft Edge web browser is out of preview and available to download on all supported versions of Windows and macOS. You can download it now or wait for it to arrive via Windows Update. This latest Edge is based on the open-source Chromium Engine, making it super compatible with browser extensions formerly only available for Google Chrome.
Microsoft Edge Insider Channels
Lots of people have been testing and helping in the development of the new Edge browser. You can be a tester too, by visiting the Insider Channels and choosing a version to try.
Of course, Edge comes with many improvements and advantages, and more features are coming soon.
The last several months have been nothing short of inspiring for all of us working to deliver great new capabilities for Microsoft Edge including AAD support, Internet Explorer mode, 4K streaming, Dolby audio, inking in PDF, Microsoft Search in Bing integration, support for Chrome-based extensions, and more.
Are you into Edge? Do you prefer a different web browser for Windows?
Which browser do you use, and why?
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