After a few weeks of official teasing (and months of leaks), Microsoft finally releases the Edge browser for macOS. This marks a first since the beginning of 2000 when Microsoft and Apple had an agreement to include Internet Explorer as the default browser in OS X.
The new Microsoft Edge browser is now available for download for anyone using a Mac. Unlike t is the old Windows 1
The new browser was released for Windows 10, 8 and 7 a few weeks ago as a preview, with a macOS version promised "Soon ™" as usual with Microsoft. Now it's finally here and ready for everyone to try.
Microsoft Edge for Mac is now out on our Canary branch! Check out our latest blog post to learn everything you need to know about Microsoft Edge on Mac.https: //t.co/6zKuo74OM4
– Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) May 20, 2019
If you are turned off by the browser and think that it is just Internet Explorer with face lift, not be. The new browser has received fantastic reception from several technology-focused websites and communities, and as it is based on Chromium, it should work as fast and stable as Google Chrome does.
The browser also supports installing add-ons and add-ons directly from the Chrome Web Store, after wrecking a switch in settings. This means that all your favorite extensions should be available without any problems without any problems.
Microsoft has been pushing hard lately for open source software and has made radical moves that have shaken the technology all over the world. Moving the Edge browser to Chromium and publishing it on older Windows versions, as well as MacOS, came very unexpectedly earlier this year.
To give Microsoft Edge for macOS a go, you can find it available for download on this link. Please note that the browser is still in the Canary Channel, which means it may be a bit unstable for some users.
What do you think of Microsoft's latest feature and browser on macOS? Please let us know in the comments below.
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