After more than a year of public testing, Microsoft is now beginning to roll out the latest version of Microsoft Edge, the company’s new web browser, to users of the last four feature updates of Windows 10.
This week Microsoft expanded their preview program for the new Microsoft Edge browser based on Chromium with the addition of the Beta Preview Channel. In addition to the Developer and Canary channels, this finalizes all three preview channels for the company’s new browser on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, and macOS.
More evidence surrounding the upcoming Microsoft Edge Insiders program and associated public preview are starting to surface around the Internet. Indicators are pointing towards a public preview of the browser based on Chromium arriving sooner rather than later. The latest information page details almost 100 extensions being available for the new version of the browser.
Logging browsing activity from the Chrome web browser for your Windows 10 Timeline view is now supported by an official browser extension from Microsoft. This happens as the Redmond company prepares to move their Edge browser to the Chromium web rendering engine.