Microsoft has started rolling out the stable Chromium-based Edge to all Windows 10 users via Windows update. The company began rolling out Chromium-based Edge in January, but Windows 10 users had to manually download it by themselves.
With the new changes, all of Windows 10 users can receive the new and improved Edge which is based on the Chromium code. This means greater compatibility with extensions and websites across the board – just like Google Chrome.
Microsoft also disclosed that this new version provides great support for the latest rendering capabilities, modern web applications, and powerful developer tools across all supported OS platforms.
Chromium-based Edge will supplant the pre-introduced Edge program which has been Microsoft’s default Windows 10 program since the start.
By being the default program, you won’t have the option to uninstall Edge simply like you would with the old Edge program. The new Edge is accessible to Windows 10 clients running at any rate form 1803, as indicated by Microsoft.
Alongside the wide rollout, the organization likewise refreshed Edge to fix a lot of bugs.