Microsoft has released the first beta of the Chromium-based Edge browser for various Windows versions. Users of Windows 7 can now also test this beta of the browser.
The announcement of the first beta was made by Joe Belfiore in the Windows Blog, the following tweet points to this event.
COME AND GET IT! Edge BETA branch is here!
— Joe Belfiore (@joebelfiore) August 20, 2019
The Edge-Beta is available for all supported operating systems (Windows, macOS). The possibility to download the beta can be found on this Microsoft page. So far, Microsoft has counted more than one million preview build downloads across all supported versions of Windows and Mac. There have been more than 140,000 individual feedbacks. The final is expected in 2020 – see the Windows Blog for more details.
And the good news keeps on coming! We're headed back to Reddit for another AMA this Thursday, August 22 at 11:30AM PST to answer all your questions about Beta. In the meantime, try it out here!https://t.co/LjAGAfINrX pic.twitter.com/WuB29UfZPm
— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) August 20, 2019
By the way, the Edge developers are hosting an Ask me anything (AMA) meeting on reddit.com on August 22, 2019, as the above tweet reveals.
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