Microsoft Edge for macOS can be installed from the Microsoft Edge Insider page on compatible Macs.
For the first time, Microsoft presented plans to bring the Mac's Edge browser to its annual Build Developer conference in Seattle, held on May 6. Shortly thereafter, a Canarian version of the browser was displayed on the Microsoft website, but it was not made officially available until today.
According to Microsoft, Edge on Mac will be quite similar to the Edge experience on Windows, but with "user experience optimizations" to make it feel at home on a Mac. The overall look of the browser will be tailored to match "what MacOS users expect" from Mac apps.
Microsoft says the first building available today includes multiple interface changes to report the Microsoft design language with the macOS design language.
Examples of this include a variety of tweaks to match macOS conventions for fonts, menus, keyboard shortcuts, title bars, and other areas. You will continue to see the appearance of your browser evolving in future releases as we continue to experiment, repeat, and listen to customer feedback. We encourage you to share your feedback with us using the smiley send feedback.
Exclusive MacOS user experiences also come in the future, such as "useful and contextual actions" for the Touch Bar on Touch Bar compatible Mac. Track wall movements will also be supported.
! If you want to use the new MacOS version of Microsoft Edge, a Mac running MacOS 1