Microsoft officially launches the stable final version of the all-new Edge browser
The company announced Microsoft Today, Wednesday, we are officially launching the stable final version of the Edge browser. Edge Platform-based (ChromiumChromium, about a year after it was announced, and months of testing.
The American software giant said in PostUsers can download a browser (EdgeNew for Windows 7, 8, and 10, in addition to Apple’s Mac OS, and Windows 10 users can also wait for the new browser to replace the current Edge browser on the system automatically.
During the past months, Microsoft has launched several beta versions that revealed the new features, and they are now available with the stable final version. Because the browser is based on the Chromium engine, it will now get new updates every 6 weeks.
The improved version of the Edge browser – which replaced the famous Internet Explorer browser with the launch of Windows 10 in 2015 – is based on Google’s open source Chromium engine, which runs many popular web browsers, such as Google Chrome .
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And last May, Microsoft announced during its annual 2019 2019 Developers Conference, the features coming to the browser, including: (Internet Explorer mode), which allows businesses to download their old websites – especially internal ones – to work directly. Within the new Edge browser, using the engine of Internet Explorer.
In addition to the (Internet Explorer Mode) feature, Microsoft has announced a number of features aimed at ordinary users, such as: customizing and synchronizing data import, and add-ons from other browsers, including: Chrome, and Mozilla. The new version of the browser also supports allowing extensions and extensions from other stores, and also comes with a new feature called Collections, which allows users to collect texts, images, and information from the Internet in notes, and information can also be transferred to other services, such as Word and Excel .
Microsoft said then: The new Edge will provide new privacy features, including 3 levels of anti-tracking: non-strict, balanced, and strict.