After more than a year of development and testing, Microsoft has publicly released the first stable build of their new version of Microsoft Edge based on the chromium open source engine. You will find links and other details here including a very cool wallpaper download celebrating the launch.
Microsoft is just a few weeks away from general availability of their new Edge web browser that is based on Chromium. These last few weeks have seen a lot of behind the scenes work happening on the sync engine for the browser which is still not as reliable as the one in Chrome. However, I have found a process that helps to clean sync up between Edge (Chromium) a little bit.
It has been a little more than 10 days since Microsoft made available the first preview versions of their upcoming Edge web browser which is based on Chromium. While the Edge Canary version of the new browser has seen its expected cadence of daily builds, the Edge Developer version had not seen its first weekly release. However, that changed yesterday with the release of Edge Dev Build 184.108.40.206. We take a quick peek at what is new in this updated version of Edge Chromium.
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.