Microsoft began removing the old version of the Microsoft Edge browser from computers running Windows 10, and installing the new version of the Edge Chromium. The new version will be available on devices automatically, April 13, according to the firm report.
Meanwhile, The firm confirmed that it will not release any security updates to the Microsoft Edge browser after March 9, and that any user, even those who do not own Edge Chromium, will be able to access the latest version easily.
In addition, the new version of the Microsoft Edge browser is part of the company’s goal, which seeks to provide a safer and better browser for its users, and this update is also part of the full Windows 10 security system update.
Moreover, it released the first test version of the new Edge for public testing in April 2019 and released the first stable version in January 2020. The software is similar to Google’s dominant Chrome, relying on its core software, but includes differences like a vertical tab arrangement and collections to house information you gather while on the web.