Microsoft has released a new daily Canary build of their Chromium-powered Edge browser, taking it to version 220.127.116.11.
The major new feature with this update is support for 32 bit Windows. The vast majority of Windows 10 users are using 64 bit Windows, but support for 32 bit Windows would allow the vast majority of Windows 7 users to also use the browser, and would also enable Windows 10 on ARM users, which only supports 32bit x86 apps via emulation, to access the app.
Beginning with today's Canary release (18.104.22.168), you can now install Microsoft Edge preview builds on 32-bit devices. Try it out and let us know what you think! https://t.co/I531hfmD3G.
— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) April 18, 2019
Separately Microsoft has also today released their first update for the Dev Channel build of the browser. While the Canary build is updated daily, the Dev Channel build should be more stable and is only updated weekly.
To get the update, go to browser setting, click on About Microsoft Edge and after it downloads the new build, restart the browser.
If you want to join the fun head over to the Microsoft Edge Insider site and download the build of your choice.