The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge may be coming to Linux

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After making its debut on Windows 7 and macOS, the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge could come to Linux platform.

Microsoft is currently conducting a survey, where the company is asking users about their requirements and expectations from Linux browsers. While Microsoft Edge for Linux is yet to go official, the survey hints that Microsoft may be laying the groundwork for it.

In related news, Microsoft is also bringing Microsoft Teams to Linux.

Microsoft Edge is currently available in three different channels — Beta, Dev, and Canary. The Canary channel is most unstable and receives regular updates, while if you for Beta, you’ll less likely to notice bugs and you’ll get updates in every six weeks.

There is not much information about Linux counterpart of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge at present. We don’t know as to when Linux users will be able to get their hand on the Edge browser.

via: HTNovo

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