Thanks to the open-source nature of Chromium, Microsoft has had its first major and positive impact on Chrome, Google’s web browser.
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Microsoft and Google are working on a new feature for Chromium that will allow you to uninstall PWAs like any other regular apps.
Microsoft has been teasing ARM64 support for the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, and a build of the browser for ARM64 has finally leaked online.
Microsoft brings the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge to Mac devices.
An ex-Mozillan has penned a lengthy series of tweets in which he describes Google’s efforts to undercut the Firefox web browser.
In the first part of this new series, I take a look at how you can get started now with Microsoft’s next web browser.
Microsoft’s decision to embrace Chromium is correct, but our first public preview of the next version of Edge hints at how this transition will unfold.
Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser is finally here. You can try out the new Developer or Canary builds right now.
Microsoft has released the companion Edge Insider extension for its new Chromium-based Edge browser ahead of release.
An early build of the Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge has leaked, giving us our first opportunity to see what Microsoft has been up to.
New screenshots of Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser leaks online.
Microsoft is proposing to bring the smooth scrolling functionality from its Edge web browser to Chromium.
Documentation for the Microsoft Edge Insider Preview has appeared online, suggesting that the first preview release is imminent.
Screenshots reveal Microsoft's much-awaited Chromium-based Edge browser in all its glory.
Screenshots of Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser leak, suggests a potential Insider release sometime soon.
Microsoft brings Timeline integration to Chrome through an extension as it looks to start testing its new Chromium-based browser.
In evaluating Windows 10 on ARM again thanks to the Snapdragon 850-based Lenovo Yoga C630, its Achilles Heel is clear.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the first feature Microsoft has committed to adding to Chromium is for accessibility.
Microsoft's belated adoption of Chromium is great news for everybody. Well. Almost everybody.
Microsoft's announcement about its move away from Edge is surprisingly vague on details. Here's what was said, and what wasn't.
Microsoft confirms it is moving Microsoft Edge to Chromium in Windows 10.
Microsoft is reprotedly getting rid of Edge in favour of a new Chromum-based browser in Windows 10.
Brave has announced the first formal beta release of its flagship alternative web browser.