Microsoft’s new Edge browser officially released supporting macOS and iOS

More than a year after the Microsoft Chromium Edge browser bid, it is finally announced today that it is suitable for multiple platforms such as Windows and macOS.

Users can now download the stable official version of the Microsoft Edge browser for Windows and macOS (Microsoft Edge 79 stable version) in more than 90 languages ​​from the Microsoft Edge website. It also supports Windows 8.1 / 8, Windows 7, iOS and Android.

For Windows users, Microsoft Edge can be installed automatically with an update to Windows 10 in the near future. Microsoft will roll out a stable new Edge version to all Windows 10 users in the coming months.

The Mac version of Edge is designed to be similar to the Windows version, but Microsoft has added some optimizations to make it more suitable for Mac users. In addition, extended applications can be added from Microsoft’s plug-in store or other Chrome-based online stores.

As for the features of this browser, it includes tracking prevention (enabled by default), customization options, built-in Bing search function, Internet Explorer mode for viewing old web pages, and a new wave-style logo to replace the previous Microsoft browser The traditional “e” used.

Microsoft plans to make regular updates to the Edge browser, including daily, weekly and multi-week Canary, Dev and Beta updates. The next stable version of Edge will be released in February.

Highlights of the new Edge browser:

Microsoft Edge is now available on all devices and will automatically sync your passwords, favorites and settings.

Microsoft Edge and Bing give you tools to protect your privacy online.

With new features like favorites and the most comprehensive set of built-in learning and accessibility tools on the web, the new Microsoft Edge is designed to help you get the job done.

With the new Microsoft Edge & Bing, you can get rewards just by searching.

With Internet Explorer mode, enterprise-grade security, and Microsoft Search in Bing, the new Microsoft Edge is the only browser your organization needs.

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