Microsoft’s Chromium Based Browser, The New Edge Browser is out for Public

As announced on 5 Nov, 2019 by Microsoft on Twitter, they finally launched the all new Microsoft Edge on Wednesday. We all were waiting for it eagerly as it is a huge update to Microsoft’s very own browser. It turns out to be based on Chromium, an open source project. The browser giant Google Chrome is also based on the same framework.

Along with this update, Microsoft also updated the logo of its Edge Browser. It look like this :

The new Microsoft Edge comes with Tracking protection, which means you can now control what data you want to share with which website, like never before. That means, more security and privacy.

The new version of Microsoft Edge also support Dark mode. It comes with a lot of themes that you can download and try them out.

Now, as Microsoft told that the Edge Browser will not automatically roll out to your PCs and Laptops. If you’re eager to try it out then read the tutorial below.

How to install New Microsoft Edge Browser?

Follow the steps below to get the modern Edge browser on your systems :

  1. Go to Microsoft Edge download page
  2. Now click on Download Now button
  3. Choose your version of OS(Windows 10, 8, 7 and macOS)
  4. It will start downloading and then click on setup file and install it.

Now, the Edge Browser will automatically get updated when you install it, if it is previously installed.

After completing the installation, the Edge Browser will be launched automatically and let you sync all the general data from Chrome browser, if it is installed on your device and also let you choose the style of New Page Tab.

We will inform you about the new updates regarding the Microsoft Edge browser and let you be updated about all the happenings in the tech world. Thanks for reading.

This article is written by Abhishek Verma, follow him on Twitter and Reddit.

Abhishek Verma is a tech enthusiast and freelance tech journalist. He has been writing about technology for 4 years. He is passionate about every aspect of technology, especially Android. Abhishek’s articles have been referred by India Today, 360Gadgets, Times of India, MacRumors, AndroidPolice, AndroidAuthority, BGR, Zee News, and many more.

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