Microsoft launches its new Chromium-based Edge through the Windows 10 Insider Update

A piece of amazing news for all tech lovers. The Microsoft new edge browser is now rolling out to release preview windows insiders.  The new Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium and gives Google Chrome a chance for its money in several ways. Now Microsoft is starting to replace the old Edge with the new one through the Windows 10 update system.

Furthermore, according to the recent reports, it is confirms on Twitter, Microsoft includes the new Edge based on Chromium with the latest Windows 10 update for Insiders.

While Microsoft’s “beta tester” expert group is used to getting new features early, and now that includes this updated version of Edge. This is also a small surprise since, in January, Microsoft confirmed that this would happen.

Here’s the tweet that confirmed the update:

If you desire not to install Microsoft Edge automatically, you can wait for it to be installed in a future Windows 10 update, following our execution approach as measured in the coming months.

Furthermore, we will begin migrating Windows 10 clients to the new Microsoft Edge in the coming weeks, starting with a subset of Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring. After the update is implemented for Windows Insiders, it will eventually reach everyone who uses the platform, except for Enterprise and Education users. Previously, the new Microsoft Edge was only available through a manual download from Microsoft on Windows 10 or macOS.


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