Here’s some more evidence that the release of the Microsoft Edge/Chromium Insider Preview build is imminent.
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Microsoft is proposing to bring the smooth scrolling functionality from its Edge web browser to Chromium.
Microsoft’s decision to halt development of its proprietary web browser rendering technologies is controversial on many levels.
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.
Microsoft introduces a new picture-in-picture for video watching on Edge for Android.
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.
Microsoft has partnered with NewsGuard to warn users of its Edge mobile browser about fake news.
Microsoft Edge now integrates NewsGuard so you can avoid fake news on the web.
Microsoft Edge now has a powerful new picture-in-picture mode on iOS.
Microsoft has in no way promoted this advantage as it did with previous versions of Windows 10.
Like any special interest group, the Microsoft community is far too easily swayed by bias-confirming conspiracy theories.
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.
Edge's move to Chromium has unleashed a torrent of questions. Well, here's the answer to one of the biggest.
On December 7, 1995, Microsoft announced a new strategy by which it would "embrace and extend" the Internet in all of its products.
Microsoft's belated adoption of Chromium is great news for everybody. Well. Almost everybody.
Interested in testing the next version of Microsoft Edge? Then join the Microsoft Edge Insider program, which is now open.
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.
It wasn't hard to predict that Microsoft hardliners would react negatively to reports that the software giant is killing Edge.
I was right about Microsoft Edge all along. But what I'm really celebrating here is Microsoft finally doing the right thing.
Microsoft is reprotedly getting rid of Edge in favour of a new Chromum-based browser in Windows 10.
You can now sign-in to your Microsoft account by using Windows Hello or a hardware security key instead of your username or password.
It's only been 2 days since the official launch of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, and users are already reporting early issues with the update.
Microsoft tries to force users to Edge once again.