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Microsoft Edge browser running on Linux for the first time

The new updated Microsoft Edge browser, launched in January. The Edge Browser is officially available for Linux and can be launched on an open-source platform later this year.


Microsoft Edge browser running on Linux for the first time

Microsoft Edge Browser is already initially available for Windows and macOS. Recently Microsoft confirmed that the Linux version is also under development. By the end of 2020, Microsofts plans to make the Edge browser available on  mobile operating systems and all major desktop 

According to rumors, Microsoft Edge for Linux was informed at the Microsoft Build 2020 conference. During the session, Microsoft Azure engineers were spotted using Microsoft Edge for Linux.

Microsoft Edge browser running on Linux for the first time
By Windows Latest
One of Microsoft executives briefly demonstrated the Edge browser, which runs on Linux for the first time, but, unfortunately, no information was provided about when the browser will become available and how it will work on Linux. All we know is that this will happen sooner than expected.



Microsoft Edge for Linux has a familiar user interface. Like Chromium, it has the same layout for back, forward, home, and page refresh controls.

Microsoft Edge browser running on Linux for the first time

There is also an asterisk at the end of the URL bar that makes the current page favorites. However, the new Microsoft Edge tabbed layout offers a choice between focused, inspirational, and informational.

Last year, the Edge development team sent a survey to web developers to find out their opinions and expectations regarding a Linux web browser.

Microsoft Edge for Linux is expected to debut later this year.


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