1. Edge Beta is now available for ARM64 devices  Neowin
  2. Microsoft's new Edge browser based on Chromium is now ready to download - GSMArena.com news  GSMArena.com
  3. Microsoft Edge Browser Review: It's Chrome, But With Ads  Screen Rant
  4. Microsoft’s New Chromium-Based Edge Browser Is Now Available  How-To Geek
  5. Microsoft officially launches Chromium-based Edge browser for all platforms  TechRadar India
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Microsoft's Edge browser is still working towards official support for ARM64 devices, and now the Beta channel of the Insider program is offering builds specifically for PCs like the Surface Pro X.Microsoft's Edge browser is still working towards official support for ARM64 devices, and now the Beta channel of the Insider program is offering builds specifically for PCs like the Surface Pro X.

Edge Beta is now available for ARM64 devices - Neowin

It's been a long time coming, but the development process has finally produced the first stable version.

Microsoft's new Edge browser based on Chromium is now ready to download - GSMArena.com news

The Microsoft Edge browser was just released and it's surprisingly underwhelming. It also has built-in ads. Microsoft has just released the Edge browser to the public - and we gave it an extensive trial run. Overall it's just like Chrome but with ads.

Microsoft Edge Browser Review: It's Chrome, But With Ads

Microsoft’s new Edge browser is now finished and available for download. This new browser is based on Chromium, which forms the basis of Google Chrome. Windows 10 users will also get the new Edge browser automatically delivered via Windows Update in the next few months.Microsoft’s new Edge browser is now finished and available for download. This new browser is based on Chromium, which forms the basis of Google Chrome. Windows 10 users will also get the new Edge browser automatically delivered via Windows Update in the next few months.

Microsoft’s New Chromium-Based Edge Browser Is Now Available

“Chromium Edge is here and it looks like it has a few nice features Chrome doesn’t — mainly the option to trust Microsoft instead of Google, if you prefer. https://t.co/mbwhERFJN0”

Dieter Bohn on Twitter: "Chromium Edge is here and it looks like it has a few nice features Chrome doesn’t — mainly the option to trust Microsoft instead of Google, if you prefer. https://t.co/mbwhERFJN0"

““9 billion pounds were invested by VCs in the UK last year. 80% of it was funding to help startups scale rather than just launch. Why @microsoft is here: help the local ecosystem scale, distribute and gain way way way more customers” -@CYarkoni, VP of Commerce at #Microsoft”

Dona Sarkar on Twitter: "“9 billion pounds were invested by VCs in the UK last year. 80% of it was funding to help startups scale rather than just launch. Why @microsoft is here: help the local ecosystem scale, distribute and gain way way way more customers” -@CYarkoni, VP of Commerce at #Microsoft… https://t.co/7ZI8dQQyO9"

“Microsoft's new Edge Chromium browser is now available on Windows and macOS. You can download it immediately, and Microsoft plans to roll it out to Windows 10 machines gradually. All the details on features and rollout plans here: https://t.co/Tdjai1tmuq”

Tom Warren on Twitter: "Microsoft's new Edge Chromium browser is now available on Windows and macOS. You can download it immediately, and Microsoft plans to roll it out to Windows 10 machines gradually. All the details on features and rollout plans here: https://t.co/Tdjai1tmuq… https://t.co/PKCi20X8ha"

“Microsoft is making its new Chromium-based Edge browser available for manual download starting today, January 15. Here's what happens next in its migration plan: https://t.co/Mfc2blegTO”

Mary Jo Foley on Twitter: "Microsoft is making its new Chromium-based Edge browser available for manual download starting today, January 15. Here's what happens next in its migration plan: https://t.co/Mfc2blegTO"

Windows, Mac, Android and iOS versions of the Chromium-based Edge browser have officially landed.'Twice as fast' as the old Edge

Microsoft officially launches Chromium-based Edge browser for all platforms | TechRadar

Today is D-day for Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser, with Microsoft releasing the final non-beta version to Windows and Mac. So far the release has been mostly issue-free, though the browser does lack some features despite being non-beta, such as the ability to sync tabs across devices. There is however one annoying issue users are […]

Some new Edge downloaders are reporting installation issues - MSPoweruser

Some new Edge downloaders are reporting installation issues - MSPoweruser

Today is the big day -- after a year of work, Microsoft has launched its revamped Edge browser with a ...Today is the big day -- after a year of work, Microsoft has launched its revamped Edge browser with a Chromium base.

Microsoft's Chromium-Based Edge Browser Is Available Today - ExtremeTech

The new Microsoft Edge browser for ARM64 PCs like the Surface Pro X is now available in the Insider Beta channel - four weeks after entering the Developer branch.The new Microsoft Edge browser for ARM64 PCs like the Surface Pro X is now available in the Insider Beta channel - four weeks after entering the Developer branch.

Microsoft Edge for Surface Pro X (ARM64) is now in the Insider Beta channel | Windows Central

Windows 7 is officially dead now. Believe it or not, Microsoft has actually done a great job of alerting users of the now-unsupported operating system that it is time to upgrade. Whether or not users take the advice and move to Windows 10 is another story. The company is even displaying full-screen warnings that Windows 7 is unsupported -- a move I applaud. Is it annoying? Yes, but necessary. Staying on Windows 7 is foolish.Windows 7 is officially dead now. Believe it or not, Microsoft has actually done a great job of alerting users of the now-unsupported operating system that it is time to upgrade. Whether or not use…

Microsoft sends mixed messages by releasing Chromium-based Edge browser for unsupported Windows 7

Here's something I never thought I'd say—I like Microsoft's Edge browser. And I don't just like it. I really like it so far. This is not how I felt before Microsoft rebuilt Edge around Chromium, the same open-source project that forms the basis of Google's own Chrome browser. But it's a different, faster browser now, and it's starting to roll out to Windows 10 PCs (and Macs). It's also available for Windows 7 and 8/8.1.This is not my first time in the driver's seat of the remodeled Edge browser. I took a an early preview version for a spin last year. It wasn't even in beta at the time, it was just a development build. Even then, it showed promise.I'm still not using Bing though.

Microsoft’s retooled Edge browser exits preview and has already won me over | PC Gamer

Microsoft offered more detail of how it will roll out the new Edge browser to consumer PCs, a process that will take several months to complete.Microsoft offered more detail of how it will roll out the new Edge browser to consumer PCs, a process that will take several months to complete.

What to expect from Microsoft's 'new Edge' browser, rolling out to you soon | PCWorld

It's basically Google Chrome dressed in Microsoft clothing, and it could actually make you think twice about immediately downloading Chrome.It's basically Google Chrome dressed in Microsoft clothing, and it could actually make you think twice about immediately downloading Chrome.

Microsoft's new Edge browser is fast and runs Google Chrome extensions - Business Insider

Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser is available today. Here is how to download it on your PC, Mac, iOS or Android device. Download it on PC, Mac, Android or iOS

Microsoft launches new Edge browser: How to download it now | Laptop Mag

The browser first arrived in beta back in April, but today's Edge launch should hopefully be a bit more stable and feature-rich than it was in the past. However, don't expect anything revolutionary here.The browser first arrived in beta back in April, but today's Edge launch should hopefully be a bit more stable and feature-rich than it was in the past. However, don't expect anything revolutionary here.

Microsoft's Chromium-powered Edge browser is out of beta, download it here - TechSpot

Microsoft is trying to breathe a new life into its web browser by ditching the homegrown browser engine in favor of Chromium. The new Edge browser is now available to download and install on all macOS computers. The Chromium-based Microsoftaaa

Microsoft's Chromium-Based Edge Browser Is Now Available To Download For macOS

Microsoft has announced the release of its new Edge web browser for macOS and Windows based on Chromium.

Microsoft Releases Edge Web Browser for Mac Based on Chromium [Download] - iClarified