You can either head over to Microsoft's website to download the new Edge for yourself, or you can click one of the links below. Microsoft had previously indicated that the new Edge browser will run on Windows 7 systems, even though that OS fell out of support on January 14. It has a toggle button that permits downloads for Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 7 systems, as well as downloads for Android and iOS systems.
The new Edge browser will inherit the legacy Edge browser's "favorites, passwords, form fill information and basic settings" automatically, according to Belfiore.
Edge also features support for extensions - both Chrome's own, and Edge-specific ones. Batches of Windows users will receive an update including the new Edge over the next few months.
With the roll out, new Windows 10 devices should come with the new Edge already pre-installed. Microsoft made the decision to swap to Chromium in December 2018 in order to align with web standards and make significant contributions to the open source project. Managed devices will not be automatically updated to the new Microsoft Edge.
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Microsoft will automatically replace the old Microsoft Edge browser on existing Windows 10 machines with this new one in the coming months, and it will come by default on new computers from here on out. Note that Internet Explorer is not impacted by our automatic rollout. The company has also revealed that Edge users will continue to receive next major updates through the Beta channel. In fact, if you're on the stable version of Windows, you'll be somewhere in the middle of the line. Collections are built into the new Edge, as well as a comprehensive set of learning and accessibility tools.
FastTrack will help you deploy Microsoft Edge to your organization at no extra charge if you are a customer with an eligible subscription to Microsoft 365, Azure, or Dynamics 365. Running a number of tests, VentureBeat opted to pit Microsoft Edge against Google Chrome, Firefox, and fearless. While Chrome has mercifully eaten Microsoft's browser market share, with Microsoft abandoning its own engine, content can finally be optimised to run across more browsers and users will get the same consistent experience, as the developers intended ... in the future, anyway. While there have been stable releases before, all of these were not officially released by Microsoft.
Additionally, Microsoft is to make regular updates available for the new browser in Canary, Dev, and Beta versions on a daily, weekly, and multi-week basis and the next stable version of Edge should arrive sometime in February.