Microsoft's new Edge browser can now run natively on Windows on ARM devices, including the new Surface Pro X.
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The new Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge will launch in January with some key features missing in action.
Microsoft Edge's new logo is now available in the Beta, Dev, and Canary channels, but you might have to wait for the new icon to show up in your taskbar.
At its Ignite 2019 conference today, Microsoft announced that its new Chromium-based Edge browser will ship in January.
Microsoft Edge is getting a new logo, and it is...something. The new logo was revealed as part of a long treasure hunt carried out by Microsoft.
Microsoft is testing a brand new design for Edge on Android, though it's not a massive update.
Google Chrome is getting some new customizations for the New Tab page, as well as an interesting new cross-device feature.
Microsoft has released the first Beta channel update for the new Edge web browser. It’s based on Chromium 78.
A new web browser extension will allow you to view Thurrott.com---and most of the web---in dark mode. It works with all popular browsers
We already knew that the new, Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge won’t support the EPUB document format.
Users of the new Microsoft Edge will now be able to login to the browser using their Azure Active Directory work and school accounts. All the latest builds on the canary, dev and beta channels now support work and school accounts.
Microsoft reported this week that there have been more than one million downloads of its Edge previews. That’s not good.
Microsoft shares some of the feature it's planning to add to Edge over September and October, as well as the other features it's reviewing for the future.
Microsoft is announcing a big milestone for the next version of Microsoft Edge: it's ready for everyday use. The company says it has had more than 1 million downloads on the preview builds of Edge to date, too.
Microsoft Edge gets a new Collections feature in preview that lets you organize/collect things from around the web.
A stable build of Microsoft Edge has leaked online, and it comes straight from Microsoft servers
Thanks to the open-source nature of Chromium, Microsoft has had its first major and positive impact on Chrome, Google’s web browser.
Microsoft will make improvements to the Read Aloud feature in Edge in the new Chromium-based version of the browser.
Microsoft is releasing the first build of version 78 of Edge Dev, and it comes with a ton of new features and fixes, including a number of dark theme improvements.
Google has released Chrome 76, the latest version of its web browser, adding a new PWA install experience and other features.
The latest developer build of Microsoft's new Edge browser introduces a new privacy control and improves support for high contrast in Windows.
Last week, ahead of its Inspire partner show, Microsoft said that current pre-release versions of the new Edge were ready for enterprise evaluation.
Microsoft has quietly posted a new hub for all of its Insider programs called Microsoft Insiders.
As it promised last week, Microsoft has begun issuing refunds to customers who purchased ebooks from its online store.
A new update to the Canary channel version of the new Microsoft Edge provides the long-awaited tracking protection feature. Here’s how to enable and use it.
Microsoft is testing a new tracking prevention feature on its new Edge browser that helps users keep their data safe from sneaky tracking scripts on websites.
Microsoft has emailed customers who purchased ebooks from its online store, alerting them that refunds will arrive in July.