Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Browser Launches in January


Gone is the blue "e" that looks a lot like the old Internet Explorer logo.

"As we enter the new year, we are excited to share more about how we will expand opportunities for developers, and later in the Spring even more for consumers". Whereas the 2 bulletins might sound disjointed at first, Microsoft is attempting to place Edge and Bing as "the browser and search engine for enterprise". However, with the horror stories about Internet Explorer still fresh in everyone's minds, the browser never quite got the reception that Microsoft would have hoped for, in spite of bringing several improvements over its predecessor. Microsoft is clearly breaking from convention here to a Chromium version of Edge, and it'll be interesting to learn the company picked this specific layout. Chromium Edge is now only available in preview. This makes it easy for people to query a name, title, or other individual attributes for that person, such as building locations and more, without knowing their entire name and correct spelling.

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Microsoft has been rebuilding Edge on Chromium, the open-source browser that also powers Google Chrome, for close to a year now. Microsoft is applying the underlying Chromium Blink rendering know-how, but is replacing very a couple of Chromium products and services with Microsoft equivalents. Now the company has finally revealed that it plans to officially release this new version of Edge on January 15, 2020, provided development goes as expected.

In addition to these new Microsoft Search capabilities that are now generally available, Microsoft also announced some new features coming in private preview. "Your passwords, history, favorites, and settings will roam seamlessly across all your devices, and with native Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) sign-in, you can search for work files right from your phone".

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While Edge uses the same underlying code as Google's Chrome, Microsoft hopes to attract users who want more privacy.

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