Microsoft’s Edge browser is coming out soon with a Google Chromium-powered revamp and an online leak showed all the features.
The Verge reported the leak Sunday on various online forums and sharing sites. A public preview is expected soon, but so far only media outlets have gotten a look at the Edge’s new open source-powered browser.
Chrome extension support, eventual compatibility on Mac, and even dark mode (although that feature is only in testing) are some of the features users are excited about for the Windows browser. The Verge confirmed favorites syncing and other interface customization.
The new look and ground-up rebuild for Microsoft’s three-year-old browser is a hot topic, especially with Chrome, Safari, and Firefox leading as the top browsers. Microsoft also technically still has its Internet Explorer browser, though it would rather you find a more robust browser to rely on.
This just might give Edge the edge it needs.
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